Today we are shining the Alumni Spotlight on Lindsey! She graduated from Greeley Central in 2018 and is now studying Nursing at the University of Northern Colorado! We’re incredibly proud of everything she’s done so far and we are so excited to see what is ahead!
High School Attended: Greeley Central High School Class of 2018
Institution Attending: University of Northern Colorado
Field of Study: Nursing
What aspect of being in the Dream Team has stuck with you?
The aspect of being in the Dream Team that has stuck with me was the support I received. During my time with the Dream Team, the staff helped me take the next steps towards college. As a confused high-schooler, college applications and scholarship applications were tough and stressful. The Dream Team helped me understand the admission process and assisted me in planning out my next steps into college, support I may have not received if it were not for them.
What are your goals for the future, and what goals have you achieved?
My goal for the future is to receive my Bachelor of Science in Nursing and eventually receive my Master of Science in Nursing to become a nurse practitioner. Currently, I am attending the University of Northern Colorado’s Nursing school. This has been one of my biggest accomplishments so far.
What is one of your favorite memories of the Dream Team?
One of my favorite memories of the Dream Team is when I would go to my Advisor’s office during breaks and hang out because it was like a comfort zone for me and many others.
What is one piece of advice you would give a Dream Team student who has recently graduated high school?
One piece of advice I would give a Dream Team student who has recently graduated high school would be to get involved and make connections. Connections are valuable to not only your professional career but also in your everyday life. Leaving high school, I discovered that many of the people I spent years going to high school with had parted ways. Getting involved in college can lead to new friendships and will allow you to meet new people. Getting involved in groups on campus or in your community is beneficial to your