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.
For four years at Meredith, Leslie Castro, ’19, studied in an English classroom that featured a poster from the Shakespeare Theatre Company. After graduation, she found herself a part of that company.
Combining her passion for social change and teaching, Meredith Legacy Scholar and Teaching Fellow Kirby Jones, ՚19, knows that leadership opportunities and internships while at Meredith have prepared her to educate the next group of strong women.
When Megan Munson, ’18, arrived at Meredith College, she had her mind set on being a teacher, getting involved in student government, and making an impact on campus.
From the moment Emily Chilton, ’18, stepped foot on campus she knew she wanted to connect with as many people as possible and leave a lasting impact.
Kaity Melvin, ’16, had a goal of becoming a science writer, and Meredith gave her the foundation she needed to pursue that dream.
Macy Allen, ’17, has used her love of art and traveling to build the foundation for her Meredith College experience.
Laura Culpepper, ’17, came to Meredith with a set plan, but through her experiences she discovered a new passion and career path.
Rachel Crawford, '19, helped to create a new organization to facilitate collaboration with faculty and local artists.
English major Maitlyn Healy graduated from Meredith in three years before earning a graduate degree from Georgetown University.