ResU Students Train as Ambassadors for Shot@Life

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ResU received a great opportunity to partner with Shot@Life, a United Nations Foundation that advocates for vaccinations around the world, to prevent diseases such as measles, pneumonia, polio, and diarrhea, which can be life-threatening in many countries.

On Monday, April 4, four representatives from Shot@Life flew from Washington D.C. to meet with and train ResU students to become ambassadors of advocating for vaccinations. ResU is one of only three schools in the Chicagoland area that has been given this opportunity.

Learn more about Shot@Life and their mission to eradicate preventive disease through vaccination across the globe at shotatlife.org