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Hobbies: Running, Ccycling, playing in the mountains, news junkie, and trying to force myself to read more books.
Words of wisdom: Ask a lot of questions, especially if you are new to ACC!
M.A. - Psychology, Regis University
Favorite College Experience: Graduating with my husband, our children, and my family in the audience.
Hobbies: Reading murder mysteries and watching movies.
Words of Wisdom: If you are an adult learner, do not overload yourself. It is easy to take on too much and then feel so overwhelmed that you want to give up.
Favorite College Experience: A semester abroad in England and a month spent traveling through France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and Austria.
Hobbies: Reading the classics and murder mysteries.
Words of Wisdom: Read, Interact, Explore.
M.A. - Counseling, Denver Seminary
Favorite College Experience: Arranging for and singing in an a capella group. It was a great way to use my creativity and meet new friends.
Hobbies: Running, singing, hiking, trying new food, and learning new things.
Words of Wisdom: Work hard to become great at what you do.
M.A. - Education, University of Kentucky
Favorite College Experience: Studying abroad in the Netherlands during Graduate School.
Hobbies: Reading, spending time outdoors, and traveling
Words of Wisdom: Always challenge yourself and don’t be afraid to try new things. College is an opportunity to grow and explore, make the most of it.
M.S. - Academic Advising, Kansas State University
Favorite College Experience: As a Work-Study employee in Student Activities and Chair of the Student Union Programming Board, I enjoyed being very active and involved on campus. I got to know so many students and it helped me realize that I wanted to work on college campuses after graduation.
Hobbies: Walking and Hiking; Geocaching
Words of Wisdom: Always ask if you have a question. Instructors, advisors, and campus staff are here to help make sure you reach your academic goals, so don’t hesitate to talk to us anytime you feel that you can use some assistance.
A.A. - College of the Siskiyous
Favorite College Experience: Figuring out that education creates freedom, and that transferring for a Bachelor or Master degree is possible for anyone
Hobbies: Hiking, going to plays and concerts, reading, and exploring!
Words of Wisdom: “When what you do, what you think, and what you say are in harmony, you have found happiness” –Gandhi
M.S. Ed. - Workforce Education & Development, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Favorite College Experience: Interning! I interned as an undergraduate at Donna Karan International and as a graduate student at University of California, San Diego, both experiences helped me connect with my passion, develop meaningful relationships, and make informed career choices.
Hobbies: Reading, cooking, yoga, learning, and rediscovering the world through the eyes of my little ones.
Words of Wisdom: Set yourself up for SUCCESS – set meaningful goals, develop an action plan, access your student resources, make informed academic and career decisions while also taking advantage of the serendipitous opportunities that present themselves, reach out for help, and, above all, believe in your ability to show up BIG each day. What does showing up BIG mean?! It means being the best version of yourself for yourself and others!
M.S.W. - Social Work, University of Michigan
Favorite College Experience: Working on campus. I got to interact with a lot of different kinds of people and got to help students, faculty, and staff. My study abroad experience in China was also amazing.
Hobbies: Hiking, road biking, downhill skiing, cross-fit training, trying different kinds of foods, and traveling
Words of Wisdom: Ask questions and utilize your faculty. I can just about guarantee that someone else will have the same question and is afraid to ask it. Also, get involved and network! Networking is key to finding a job after your degree- somebody will know somebody who can help you get your foot in the door.