Students Plan for Life After Graduation: Jena VanderLogt

Q: What are the basics? What will you be doing after college?

A: I am graduating in May with a psychology degree with an emphasis in human services. I start graduate school in June at UW-Oshkosh in the School Counseling program. I can’t wait to achieve all of the goals I set for myself and will always appreciate the incredible support I received from my professors at UWSP. 

Q: What are some of the goals you have set for yourself?  Jena

A: I would love to work in a rural school setting and help children achieve their goals. I received so much support from my mentors in school, and I really want to emulate their enthusiasm and passion. Young kiddos have such an incredible amount of hope and love of life that inspires me every day.
Q: Who are some of the professors who have supported you, and how have they supported you?
A: Dr. Rhea Owens and Dr. Rachel Albert are two professors that had an unbelievable impact on my education at UWSP. Because of them, I was able to become involved in developmental, positive and counseling psychology research. However, they also offered a lot of support in my classes and in my graduate school pursuits.
Emily Noel Showers

Pointlife Editor

eshow592@uwsp.edu

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