Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
After Spanish and biology major Cinthia Arreola, ‘21, took a course in Spanish translation during her junior year, she found new ways to support her community.
Fulbright grant recipient Belle Williams, ’19, loved the Spanish language from a very young age, inspiring her to study Spanish and international studies.
With drive and persistence Andressia Ramirez, ’19, has used her time at Meredith College to build experiences that will lead to her dream career as an immigration lawyer.
With a lifelong dream of being a teacher and a heartfelt passion for the Hispanic community, Rachael Martin, ’18, utilized Meredith’s location and education program to shape her college experience.
Victoria (Tori) Edwards, ’18, has accepted challenges inside and outside the classroom, while discovering a passion for quality healthcare and her desire for advocacy.
After starting as the center midfielder for the Meredith College soccer team and studying abroad in Spain, Samantha Litt, ’18, has become more independent and is ready to try new things.
Raleigh native Molly Smerko, ’18, knew from the moment she toured the Meredith College campus that it was where she belonged.
As a Spanish and environmental sustainability major, Meredith Hovis’s decision to study abroad was life-changing.
Spanish and dance studies major Nicole Lawson found a way to combine her love of dance and language.
A love of learning about other cultures prompted Katelyn Smith to apply for the Fulbright Program.