This Wednesday, our upper school students got a glimpse into the future as Bosque alums shared valuable insights into college life via Zoom. A panel of four alumni shared their thoughts and answered questions from students on many topics: college during COVID-19, balancing social lives and academics, what’s important when choosing a college, extracurriculars, connecting with faculty at different sized institutions, and more.
The annual alumni panel is held in conjunction with the Alumni Relations and College Guidance Departments and gives students an opportunity to ask questions and hear from those currently in college/university or recently graduated.
Thank you to this year’s panelists for taking the time to share their valuable insights with Bosque students.
Here’s who participated in the panel:
Adam Stewart, Class of 2019; University of California Berkeley, Mechanical Engineering
Max Sanchez, Class of 2017; University of New Mexico, Economics and Sociology
Thalia Fort, Class of 2018; Hendrix College, Spanish and International Relations
Vera Berger, Class of 2019; Pomona College, Applied Mathematics