Erik Flynn B.A., M.S.
Health Careers Academic Readiness and Excellence Program
School of Health Technology & Management
Erik Flynn is an Education Specialist of the Health Careers Academic Readiness and Excellence (HCARE) program at Stony Brook University, a federally funded program aimed at increasing a more diverse and competitive applicant pool of underrepresented individuals in grades 7 through 12, as well as adults, to pursue careers in allied health professions.
He received his baccalaureate degree in Psychology from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. After a field placement in a school district, he pursued a career in education earning his Master of Science in Elementary Education from Dowling College and later a teaching certification in Mathematics (7-12). He has worked in local school districts where he has taught Language Arts, Mathematics, Study Skills, and SAT Preparation.