Christine Mestdagh's picture


  • u-mich ( April-2022 )
  • Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA

About (Summary)

I am a recent graduate of Michigan State University, Honors College with a bachelor's degree in neuroscience and a cognitive and computational concentration. I am now enrolled at the University of Michigan to earn my master's degree in management and pursue a career in healthcare management.


michigan state university
2016 to 2020
university of michigan-ann arbor
2021 to 2022

Your Major


Language Proficiency

English (US)

Honors and Awards

dean's list
I was recognized for maintaining above a 3.5 GPA while enrolled in at least twelve credits. Applicable for six semesters.
honors college
I was recognized as one of the top 10% performing students of the freshman class based on my cumulative GPA.
college of natural science study abroad scholarship
I was awarded $400.00, which was applicable to the Foundations of Neuroscience program abroad I attended in Summer 2019. The scholarship was awarded based on merit and a personal statement on how the program would contribute to academic growth and further
alumnus of distinction
I achieved a grade point average of 3.8 or above for the conclusion of my undergraduate studies.

Grad School Interests

Intended Job Path

Job Experience

medical assistant
Farmbrook Interventional Pain and EMG in Southfield, MI
June, 2020 to May, 2021
certified nursing assistant
The Rivers of Grosse Pointe, MI
June, 2017 to August, 2017


As an Active Member, I dedicated time (~100 hours in one year) towards individuals with disabilities. My hours were divided up between "live hours" (e.g. reading aloud and scribing exams for a visually-impaired student) and fundraising events (e.g. the 2018 Tower Guard Shamrock 5K, which raised over $16,000 dollars).
Michigan State University Tower Guard
April, 2017 to May, 2018
As a Student Mentor, I met twice weekly with an elementary student to develop her skills in reading and writing. By the end of the program, I was ecstatic with her progress: she scored two levels higher on the post-test! Because of my assistance, the student will be able to transfer these skills to the classroom and have a higher chance of success in school.
Read to Succeed of MSU Literacy Corps
January, 2019 to April, 2019
As a Biomedical Blood Drive Volunteer, I was responsible for setting and cleaning up the blood drives, registering interested donors for their appointments, handling the canteen station and providing food and drink to donors.
American Red Cross
November, 2016 to November, 2017
As Assistant Treasurer, my responsibilities were to monitor member balances and communicate with members for payment of dues along with any changes in the financial plan.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
December, 2016 to December, 2017
As Recording Secretary, my responsibilities were to facilitate attendance and manage absenteeism of all chapter members, disseminate weekly minutes via email, and update the chapter's Bylaws and Standing Rules as needed.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
September, 2017 to December, 2017
As Vice President, I was appointed to lead our chapter of 191 members. My main responsibilities were to create the master calendar, establish committees, and coordinate and plan visits for guests. I worked alongside the president and our local council, as well as with Kappa Kappa Gamma's headquarters, to organize every event.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
December, 2017 to December, 2018
As Recruitment Guide for two terms, I led groups of interested students through the Formal Recruitment process on campus. I held meetings to establish rules and regulations as well as discuss any questions or concerns about the process.
Panhellenic Council
March, 2018 to September, 2019
As a National Representative, I was selected to represent my chapter at this national leadership conference (hosted in Marengo, OH by Kappa Kappa Gamma's Headquarters), in which I led group discussions with members nationwide and participated in team-building activities that strengthened skills in communication, trust, accountability, and integrity.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
September, 2017


I enjoy playing the piano, learning Spanish, reading books (I have so far read 3 books of my intended 30 to read this year!), and playing Animal Crossing on my Nintendo Switch. Outside of the house, I enjoy engaging in the community wherever possible, whether it is spending time in nature with neighbors or volunteering at a local organization to support those around me.


national honor society

kappa kappa gamma

order of omega

tower guard

national panhellenic council

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