Luke Huber, a second-year doctoral student, is focusing his research on improving early childhood prevention and intervention programming through data-driven decision making. He hopes to someday have a career that helps to improve services provided to families with young children.
Isabel Mendoza, a senior studying kinesiology and health, looks forward to incorporating her love for people into her future profession.
By taking courses through DMACC in high school, Jenna Fisher decided that she wanted to pursue becoming a teacher. It is her goal to one day make positive changes to her own student’s lives.
Laura Emery strives to help others and witness the direct impact her career path will have on their lives. Upon discovering the financial counseling and planning major she quickly found it to be the perfect major for her to do just that.
Mackenzie Abrams is utilizing her past struggles with academics to help students like her in her future classroom. Her studies in early childhood education and child, adult, and family services are giving her the tools to make a difference in children’s lives.