Exercise and Sports Science major Lauren Grodi, ’20, used her strengths at Meredith as volleyball team captain, student researcher, and intern. Next she’ll apply them while earning her doctorate in physical therapy at East Carolina University.
Religious and ethical studies major Ellie Jones, ’20, will continue her studies at the University of Montana in Missoula, where she will pursue an M.A. in environmental philosophy with full funding and a teaching assistant position.
Barbara Diamond, '20, discovered a passion for chemistry at Meredith. Now she's headed to the University of Texas, Arlington, to earn her Ph.D.
Parimala (Pari) Prahalad, ’20, a biology major, is looking forward to entering her next phase of education in the School of Dental Medicine at East Carolina University.
After graduating from Meredith, Delaney Rhodes, ʼ20, plans to take the knowledge and insights she has gained at Meredith to South Korea, where she will teach English.
Through her involvement in campus organizations, guidance from the Office of Career Planning, and support from her professors, Diana Betancourt, ’20, was able to secure a position at Credit Suisse months before completing her degree.
For Olivia Brown, '20, identifying her top strengths served her well during her internship as a frontend software developer at HCL Technologies, where she accepted a full-time position after graduation.
Allie Kvasnicka, ʼ20, was able to accomplish her goals of majoring in biology and psychology, completing an internship, and conducting research because of faculty support and encouragement.
Four years at Meredith have given Olivia Holway, ʼ20, friendships to last her the rest of her life and confidence to start work at a Fortune 500 company after graduation.
Giselle Betancourt, '20 used her strengths to turn a summer internship into a full time job after graduation at Credit Suisse.