What I Love About Writing:
With writing, there is never really a “wrong” way to go about it, so I love being able to write myself and see how others approach the craft in their own way. It makes for really fascinating discussions that will always help you see what you write in a new light.
How I Stay Involved
When not in the Center for Writing and Speaking, you might find me in the Career and Post-Graduate Development’s office, where I work as a communications peer associate. Recently, I have also become treasurer for Phi Alpha Theta, so I spend a lot of time helping to plan history-themed events on campus. Over the summer, I worked with local high school students as a student mentor for the Freedom, Citizenship, and Equality program here at Ursinus.
Life After Ursinus
After I graduate, I hope to work as an admissions counselor in higher education before going back to school to get my masters in school counseling. My dream is to work as a guidance counselor and help high school students through some of the most complex years of their education.