Clarence is a second year medical student at the CUNY School of Medicine (part of the Sophie Davis Biomedical School of Education) in New York City, where he is pursuing his medical degree. He has been elected his class representative in his undergraduate years, and he is a nationally recognized EMT and patrols with the N.Y.P.D. as an Auxiliary Police Officer. He is currently serving as a firefighter/EMT at the Great Neck Vigilant Fire Department. In addition, Clarence teaches CPR and First Aid as an American Heart Association CPR Instructor.
High school: Bronx High School of Science
City College of New YorkNew York, NY
|2017||B.S. Biomedical Science|
Sophie Davis School of Biomedical EducationNew York, NY
News and Highlights
Clarence Kong, MS '14, was re-elected as Vice Commander of the Division 12 Flotilla 8 of the First Southern District Region of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. Clarence is a first year medical student at CUNY School of Medicine, Deputy Chief for the City College Emergency Medical Services and is a certified First Aid and CPR Instructor by the American Heart Association.
Great Honors! Sophie Davis Biomedical School of Education medical student, Clarence Kong, MS '14, is one of two recipients of the NYPD Auxiliary Police Officer Eugene Marshalik Scholarship, a 4-year C.U.N.Y. scholarship given every year to NYPD Auxiliary Officers in honor of the memory of Eugene Marshalik, an Auxiliary Officer who was killed going above and beyond the line of duty in 2007.
You have the right to remain excited. Sophie Davis sophomore class representative, Clarence Kong, MS '14, is also the 2015 New York City Police Department Auxiliary Police Force Class Valedictorian. The NYPD Auxiliary is a trained and equipped civilian, all-volunteer group that assists their local police precincts throughout the city. Congratulations!
Making an Immediate Impact. While balancing heavy course loads, Clarence Kong, MS ’14, and William Oh, MS ’14, were elected to their respective school’s student governments during their first semesters. Clarence became the freshman Class Representative for the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education and William became a representative in the Harvard Undergraduate Council. Congratulations!