Chloé Rodengen, of Fort Lauderdale, FL, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a minor in Sociology. Upon graduation, Chloé accepted a job on a medical-surgical unit with the Carolinas Healthcare System in Charlotte. Chloé plans to eventually pursue a graduate degree and become a nurse practitioner. As part of the Levine Scholars Program, Chloé interned with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central and Western North Carolina and volunteered with the Levine Children’s Hospital. She also participated in multiple international experiences including a semester abroad in Canterbury, Kent in the United Kingdom, an archeological dig in Jerusalem, and a UNC Charlotte Sociology education trip to Manchester, United Kingdom. “The Levine Scholars Program helped me develop into an individual, while using my talents to give back to the community. The program taught me the importance of working as a team while developing more as a leader,” Chloé said. She participated in a multitude of volunteer experiences, such as helping leading Charlotte Dance Marathon to benefit the Levine Children’s Hospital and co-founding the UNC Charlotte Community Garden, which was established to provide a sustainable food source for students and faculty on campus. “Being a Levine Scholars and 49er has allowed me to explore the world, follow my dreams and discover who I am. I feel so grateful to be a part of the Charlotte community and give back to the city that has given me so much,” Chloé reflected.