Alumnus Serves Houston’s Homeless at Free Medical Clinic

Brittney Byrd
Baylor College of Medicine student and FBCA class of ’14 alumnus, Trevor Jamison, has always had a heart for serving the community.
During his time at FBCA, Trevor volunteered at Star of Hope, a shelter for men, women and children. Today, he continues to serve the city’s homeless population as a manager at Houston Outreach Medicine Education and Social Services (HOMES) Clinic, a free clinic that is run by medical students from Baylor College of Medicine and UT McGovern Medical School.

“My time at FBCA instilled in me a passion for serving others,” Jamison said. “I look forward to a lifetime of compassionate service as I train to become a doctor.”

This year, Trevor will receive the Dean’s Distinction in Service Learning for his work educating underserved communities about cancer prevention through Baylor College of Medicine’s BodyGuards Program. In his future career as a physician, he hopes to continue partnering with underserved communities to promote health.

Trevor's private Christian education helped form his values, decision making and where he invests his time and talents.

“The biblical education I received at FBCA has served as a foundation for my faith to flourish and grow,” he said. “One of my professors at Rice was amazed at the depth of my biblical knowledge, which I think speaks highly of the Bible department at Fort Bend Christian Academy. I’m so appreciative of the many caring teachers that mentored me and walked alongside me during my years at FBCA.”

Jamison is a recipient of the John P. McGovern Foundation Merit Scholarship. He completed his undergraduate studies at Rice University where he graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Biochemistry and Cell Biology. He was also inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honor society.

To learn more about the ways that FBCA gives back, visit the Eagle Week Blog.
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