I graduated from Glen Ridge High School in Glen Ridge, New Jersey in 2008. Throughout high school, I was a member of the Girls Tennis team and a member of the Future Educators of America Club. As a member of the Girls Club, I worked with the Glen Ridge Women's Club to do community service events. I also was actively involved in creation and planning of our 2008 yearbook. Throughout high school, I had great teachers who inspired me to become an educator.


During the fall of my senior year of high school, I chose to apply to Moravian College early decision. I was ecstatic when I was accepted and looked forward to my new experiences at Moravian through my final year of high school. At Moravian, I chose to become an English major with an elementary education certification. However, during my education classes and field experiences, I began to feel that secondary education was more appropriate for me, so I now am obtaining a secondary education certification.


Here at Moravian, I have been involved in America Reads, a program where I tutored elementary aged children in reading and math. During the spring of 2010, I became a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. I have really enjoyed my experiences in Zeta Tau Alpha; being a member of a sorority has strengthened my leadership skills and has given me opportunities to do service work around the Bethlehem community. Additionally, I am currently working for the English department, helping organize the Medieval Conference which will take place in December 2010. 

Outside of Moravian, I have worked at Camp Cayuga for two summers. As a camper there from age 11 to 15, I really loved the camp experience. After freshman year of college, I began my experience as a counselor. It was amazing getting to live with children of different age groups; first I was with children aged 8 to 9, then children aged 12 to 13. At camp, I would teach students different activities, such as tennis, pottery and arts and crafts. I also worked closely with individuals from around the world, which truly helped my leadership skills.

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