At every level of housing and residential education, the focus is on students and helping them understand that the college transition can be scary and a lot to process, but it's worth it every step of the way.
I chose to work in housing and residential education because it helped shaped who I was in college. I went to so many programs my RAs put on, joined a living-learning community, and became an RA.
I learned so much while living on campus. The biggest lesson was seeing the impact community has and how much even a single RA can shape a community. -Caroline
If I didn't have this job, what would I do?
I’d be a social worker. I’d likely be in a private practice setting as a clinical social worker working with LGBTQ+ adolescents in individual and family counseling settings.
I’m a huge fan of Killing Eve and Critical Role. I also love the Eragon book series...we just don’t talk about that one movie.
Oh, the places I've been
I grew up in Houston, TX, but spent my early adult life growing into myself in Maryland on the Eastern shore. Now I'm in Baton Rouge!
MA, Salisbury University
BA, Salisbury University
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