Favorite ice cream:
An interesting fact about you:
I danced for 17 years before coming to Keystone.
Favorite spot on campus:
My favorite spot on campus is the woodlands campus, simply because it’s so beautiful!
Why did you choose your major?
I ended up actually figuring out what I wanted to do after I took an Intersession course called Restorative Justice. We went on a field trip to Scranton to attend the Drug Court as guests, and that’s when I found out I wanted to be in this field.
Why did you decide on Keystone College?
I decided on Keystone College after I toured the campus. The campus is small but not too small, and the student to faculty ratio is low.
What do you like most about Keystone?
The thing I like most about Keystone is the fact that it feels like a family.
What sports/clubs/organizations do you belong to?
I belong to the Key Choices club on campus.
Dean’s Award and Hubbard Scholarship
Favorite member of the Keystone Family?
I love everybody! It’s hard to pick just one.
My favorite class so far was my Restorative Justice class.
Projects you are currently working on:
Currently, a few classmates and myself are working with our professor to try to create Youth Aid Panels in Lackawanna County.
Give one thing that you were surprised to discover about Keystone:
I was surprised to discover that Keystone is so close-knit.
Advice for future students:
My advice to future students would be to keep an open mind about everything! You never know what you will find!
In my spare time:
I love to take walks around the woodlands campus, the campus itself, and also Factoryville!
After I graduate from Keystone, I plan on working within Lackawanna County as a probation officer for juveniles. I also plan on furthering my education at grad school so I can fulfill my ultimate goal of becoming a professor.
How do you feel KC has, or will help you in attaining these goals?
I feel they will help me every step of the way! Every one of the faculty and staff members are willing to help you whatever you may be challenged with at that time!