It’s a good thing Jamie likes a challenging climb! She is pursuing a Master's in Elementary Education at Boston University - student teaching by day, going to class by night, and working as a Graider in between.
“The responses were beyond thorough! Her analyses and recommendations were clear, specific, actionable, personalized - and right on target. I have had many excellent graders on this program, but I have never had one who did such a fantastic job. I will definitely be requesting Ashlyn next time.” - David Narter
Sophia is a future lawyer and student champion. As a teen, Sophia watched her mom, a small biz owner, struggle to navigate the legal system. This inspired her passion for law and advocacy work. Read on to see how she's bringing her counsel to The Graide Network this year!
What’s better than one amazing Graider of the month? Two, of course! We are pleased to announce our May Graiders of the Month, Rachel Zgabay and Shelby Islet. Both rising sophomores at Tarleton State, Rachel and Shelby are best friends and aspiring high school teachers. Read on to learn more about these two charming, talented young ladies.
"I love writing, I love talking about writing, and I love helping students with writing. I believe it's an incredibly important skill for all students to develop. I was on the debate team in high school and that is when I really fell in love with writing. Debate taught me argument building, critical thinking, and effective communication skills - all of which translate to writing, too." - Bronwen Hale
Oby graduated from Emory University this May with a degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology. She is currently enrolled in a postbaccalaureate Biomedical Science Masters program at Wake Forest, and she’ll be applying for medical school in the fall. And if that isn't impressive enough, she also found time this spring to join The Graide Network, quickly became a top-performing and versatile Graider.
Becca is a junior at the University of Chicago who is currently studying poverty and education in Spain at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Becca is majoring in Comparative Human Development and Public Policy. UChicago doesn’t offer an education degree, but that didn’t stop Becca from pursuing her passion.