A life-changing experience is how Markus Brooks, a senior criminal justice major at JSU, described the eight weeks he spent in Cameroon over the summer.
“I think everyone should have the opportunity to go abroad. It does not necessarily have
to be the continent of Africa, but go see how other people live,” he said. “They can share their perspective, and you can share yours and make a difference.”
From June 3 – Aug. 3, Brooks worked with the Limona Imaging and Medical Analysis Laboratory (LIMAL) Foundation in Cameroon. Located on the Gulf of Guinea, Cameroon is a Central African country of 24 million people, who speak French and English. Read More