Tina Arechiga ’23 traveled across the country to find her way to her future.
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At MHC I’ve had the support and encouragement of faculty, staff and fellow students who pour their time, energy and hearts into making Mount Holyoke a community that lifts students up to achieve their dreams and goals.
MHC’s Academic Centers provided unique opportunities for Paola Granados to work toward a joint bachelor’s and master’s degree in international development.
“Mount Holyoke changed me. It taught me how to think tangibly with critical-thinking skills. It taught me to challenge my own assumptions every single day.”
Mount Holyoke senior Sara Sarmiento channeled her service experience and love of politics in a virtual internship with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“CBL prepares students to go out into the workforce, remembering that you can work for a corporation but still find a way to positively impact people.”
“I liked the opportunity to take the time to think about who I am and what would make a job or internship really valuable to me,” said Fernandez-Dieguez. “Before I work on finding a job, I want to know I’m headed in the right direction. The session was a time for introspection, and I got to hear other student’s insights, too.”