Caleb is a senior industrial hygienist at Savannah River Site in Aiken, S.C.
Caleb Ginorio earned his MS in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene in 2021 through the part-time program. He currently works as a senior industrial hygienist at Savannah River Site in Aiken, S.C.
What led you to choose this program?
The flexibility of the program, ABET accreditation, and the reputation of the school and faculty.
How did you find our program?
In 2016, I told my former EHS manager that I wanted to pursue a career as an industrial hygienist. We sat down at the computer and looked for part-time master’s programs that were ABET-accredited. We came upon this one, I emailed the program adviser, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Would you recommend the program, and why?
Definitely! The curriculum is outstanding. Summer Institute courses were my favorites, and it's a great place to meet other students in the program and faculty members. We worked on interesting projects and assignments during the in-person classes.
How has this degree and your experience here shaped your career?
This program helped me develop into a well-educated professional who is constantly looking for ways to assess workers' health and protect them from injury. The long-term professional relationships I formed with classmates and faculty members at JHU continue to be essential to my career.
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