3 SCHOLARSHIPs AWARDED:
What leadership roles or volunteer experiences have been important to you during your time at Maryland?
I am a Teaching Assistant for the course, BMGT367F: Career Strategies in Business. I work closely with an experienced business professional to teach and present career strategies such as resume building, interview skills, job research, and business etiquette to Smith freshmen
I also server as the Vice President of Community Service for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars at the University of Maryland. I organize and plan service opportunities for chapter members by coordinating with different organizations, developing service initiatives, promoting events, and creating valuable team-building activities
Additionally, I am on the Smith Undergraduate Student Association's (SUSA) Executive Finance Committee. I work closely with the Vice President of Finance to ensure that SUSA clubs are able to sufficiently fund operations.
What has your scholarship meant to you and how has it enabled you to pursue new and exciting opportunities?
My scholarship has expanded my opportunities and allowed me to focus on growing as a student, leader, and individual. This past year I have had the privilege of spending less time working to help pay for my tuition and more time learning through leadership, involvement, and service. I have been able to take on executive positions in organizations, pursue career development opportunities, and ensure that I am positively impacting my community. My scholarship was both an aid and a catalyst to my personal development this past year.
What is your major, minor, class and graduation year?
I am an Accounting and Finance double major graduating in May of 2018.
What is your Hometown?