My senior year of college was coming to a close and I still hadn't been able to answer the ever present question: "What are you going to do after college?" In the awe-inspiring way that the Lord works, with only a few months left in my final year of undergrad, He turned my sights toward the Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE) program here at Taylor University.
I have the privilege of overseeing the upperclassmen living in Wolgemuth Hall and pouring into those who are having to ask themselves the same question I had to ask myself.
During my time in this role, I have three goals for Wolgemuth Hall. First, to provide the residents with a place where they can ask questions and discover things about themselves that will catalyze them for their future endeavors after college. Second, to foster an environment of encouragement and support among the residents. With Wolgemuth being apartment-style housing with four to five residents per apartment, the students have a unique opportunity to grow both individually and collectively. Third, I hope to give the residents the tools they need in order to finish their final year(s) of undergrad in a way that glorifies the Lord.