Wooster encouraged me to think critically, creatively, and independently at all times, and the enthusiasm I had in the classroom has followed me into the real world. I find myself researching topics pertinent to my job on my own time; constant inquiry has become an extremely fulfilling aspect of the position. It feels natural to want to know as much as possible about where my students come from (sociologically, economically, psychologically), the state of the education system in the United States, and the trends in college retention. When my coworkers and I get into job-related discussions, it feels just like Wooster. My AmeriCorps term of service ends in August , and I plan to walk away with an independent study-esque experience. I haven’t simply done a job; I have immersed myself in it. By approaching the world with a Wooster-cultivated perspective, I am confident that I can engage in future endeavors with similar confidence and interest.
Currently, I am deciding where to attend graduate school . I am excited to resume my studies and believe that my preparation at Wooster will allow me to be a competitive student in a library and information studies program. I have also recently begun to volunteer in the archives department at the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Eleanor Squire Library, and hope that my experience there will give me an edge in my studies and prospective career.
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