|Opening the Door to Opportunity - Bro. Dr. Foy (rear) starts tour|
Recently, Brother Dr. Foy started NMotion Home Veterinary Care mobile veterinary service that serves the Baltimore-Washington community. His office -- whether for examination or surgery -- is his wheels.
Brother Dr. Foy used the mammoth mobile facility to excite and interest elementary school students in veterinary medicine during a visit to Gaywood Elementary School last month - for the school's "Men Make a Difference" Day. The school is headed by another Gamma Pi Brother, Damien Goins, who, as principal, is interested in increasing students' interaction with African American male role models at the Seabrook, Maryland school which has a large population of disadvantaged students.
|Students marvel at Brother Dr. Foy's mobile setup|
Throughout the year, Gamma Pi men go into various schools throughout the community to provide Uplift by introducing students to careers, encouraging them academically and connecting them to opportunities to work as interns or in the career area of interest post-degree. Below are several photos from the event provided by Brother Dr. Foy:
|"Now listen up..." Bro. Dr. Foy talks animal medicine|
|Brothers Don Norwood (left), Brian Long and Goins |
with Bro. Dr. Foy at "Men Make a Difference Day"