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“I found my passion for students and am now pursuing a career to continue the work I started here,” explains Jared Viz ’19. Being a first-year experience mentor helped him to hone his leadership style, and even inspired a change in major to psychology.
Looking back with admiration and surprise at how much she has grown as a person, Abby is the perfect example of making the best of the college experience.
Even though DiDonato is uncertain where his career will take him, he knows that having a degree in EPM and cybersecurity is going to help him, and ultimately, he’ll be helping us—the calm, complacent public.
Erdenheim Elementary School principal André McLaurin is earning his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Immaculata and is thrilled that his family, who has gone on this educational journey with him, can see the fruits of his labor.
The Women’s Soccer team captain shares her thoughts on being a strong leader in this quick Q&A.
Carrie Quigley, ’19
Elementary and Special Education
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