I had wanted to complete the CAPPP Quarter in Washington Program since my freshman year at UCLA. It was the only way I, as a pre-medical student, could affordably experience a different culture without falling behind in my classes.
Though I cannot remember now how I first heard about the Quarter in Washington Program, I know I decided as a freshman that I wanted to participate in the program. I had a lot of reasons for wanting to apply; a tough first year at UCLA left me wanting smaller classes and convinced me I needed to take advantage of more of the opportunities college offered me. Continue reading “A transformative experience”: Anaika Miller→