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Q&A – The HBCU Times: Fall 2017

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Q&A – The HBCU Times: Fall 2017

Q&A: Why did you choose an HBCU?

Ambree: My mom and all of her siblings graduated from Benedict. I saw the value in it. I visited Spelman in Atlanta, but SC State was a great school for me and it was close to home. SC State’s business school was tailored to fit my career path at the time.

Q&A: Tell me what is your job title now, and how did you get to this point?

Dianne: I have a degree in education. I am retired and loving it! I was a seventh-grade teacher in New Jersey, I then went on to become a reading specialist, and then I received my master’s degree in education. From there, I became a first and third-grade teacher in Camden, South Carolina.

Q&A: How did your college experience prepare you for your career?

Bria: At Howard, I feel as though we are taught to never take “no” for an answer. I learned to keep pushing. When you want to plan something on campus or in the community, you may get shut down initially, but keep going.

Q&A: How did your college experience prepare you for your career?

Bria: At Howard, I feel as though we are taught to never take “no” for an answer. I learned to keep pushing. When you want to plan something on campus or in the community, you may get shut down initially, but keep going.

Read more in this issue of HBCU Times Magazine.

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