Sarah Beth Parker
KNIT Mentorship, Social Sorority, On Campus Job, Wreck Camp Counselor, First-Year Leadership Organization Student Advisor, Campus Kitchens, Team Buzz, Leadership Challenge Course Facilitator, Leadership for Social Good (Eastern Europe) Study Abroad
Say "yes" to yes! In other words, allow yourself to try new things, meet new people, and have new experiences. Say yes to taking ownership over your academic career. Say yes to using as many campus resources as possible before you graduate (I would highly recommend renting out equipment from our Outdoor Recreation department). But most importantly, say yes to connecting with other students on campus. Ask almost anyone here why they love Georgia Tech, and the first thing they will say is "the people."