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Jasmine Cofield of Flint, Michigan has accomplished quite a bit in her 19 years. The College senior earned three associates degrees while still in high school and is currently prepping for grad school.
Cofield currently attends Central Michigan University where she is studying to be a physician’s assistant in neuroscience. According to The Black HomeSchooll, Jasmine, was also named the 2015 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to helping others,
This year Cofield will be traveling with Global Bridges to Honduras to help volunteer in clinics that provide much needed services to the communities that are struggling with health issues. She has been all over the country with a program called the Alternative Break program which is sponsored by the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center. With this group Cofield has gone to help rebuild homes that were destroyed in the South by Hurricane Katrina. She has helped in facilities that treat HIV/AIDS patients in Atlanta by helping to restore the facilities to a more modern place.
Jasmine, who graduated high school with a 3.97 GPA, has also maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout college.