Alicia Rojas, of Townsend, a master of occupational therapy student, joined 58 other OT students April 14 as University of the Sciences in Philadelphia held its 14th annual OT pinning ceremony.

The master's students will soon be going out into clinics, schools, community centers, hospitals and homes to practice under skilled therapists in order to perfect their skills as entry-level occupational therapists or to conduct research for their capstone projects. The doctoral students will be working on their research for their capstones and will be completing their clinical rotations in a year.