What advice would you give a high school student preparing for postsecondary education?
To know their strengths and be willing to take a risk. Generally, college entails some financial risk. It would be realistic to be pragmatic about that, because I know so many students who felt tricked by counselors in high school ignoring the cost of education.
What is something about yourself that people would find interesting?
I would say my writing but I work very hard to keep my careers split as they do not have any overlap in my mind. So, maybe the vegan thing? Or else that I have edited magazines in the past. People tend to ask a lot about that for some reason.
What do you claim as your hometown?
What do you hope to do professionally following your work with CAC?
I have interest in clinical social work, but also in school administration and curriculum development.
Department: Wilkes Central
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