From your family here at Her Journey we want to wish the Class of 2010 a HAPPY GRADUATION! All your hard work has paid off and we are so glad to share in this milestone with you. Be reminded that Her Journey is here to support you in all your after-college concerns, curiosities and aspirations. Please check back with us every Monday for Motivational Mondays, check out our experts advice for the graduating class (click HERE and HERE), as well as some upcoming articles made specifically with you in mind!
Today we are highlighting a few extraordinary graduates who have studied all over the States (from ATL to California). These young women keep us inspired, and so we wanted to share their triumphs with you!
School: Clark Atlanta University
Journey to: Writer and College Professor (Future HJ team member!)
"I will miss the people, the food, and overall carefree attitude of college life."
School: The College of New Jersey
MS. MARISSA FLAGGSchool: Iona College
Major: Criminal JusticeJourney to: Graduate school at Iona and playing her 5th year of Basketball
1 Thing She'll Miss Most about School: "I'll miss my Criminal Justice classes because I've decided to switch to Public Relations for Graduate School."MS. OCHELLE ROSS
School: Polytechnic Institute of New York University
Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering
"I'll miss the National Society of Black Engineers. I used it to urge the young African Americans in High School to go into STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) related careers."
MS. DEVEN BOUCHET
School:California State University, Northridge
Major: BA in Television Production
DR. SHALONDA WILLIAMS
School: University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy
helping indigent populations in NYC
1 Thing She'll Miss Most About School: "My Friends."
DR. JENNIFER T. WHITLOCK
School: Southwest Baptist University
Major: Physical Therapy
Journey to: Certified Manual Therapist
1 Thing She'll Miss Most About School: "My classmates..they are truly some amazing people."
Thank you ladies for sharing your dreams and accomplishments with Her Journey. As you begin the next chapter of this journey don't forget to pamper yourself, spend time with your loved ones and give back to your communities-- which have all shaped you into the WOWomen you are today!
What encouraging words or tips do you have for 2010's graduating Class? Something you wish you had known when you graduated?