Caroline Fowle, of Raleigh, NC, graduated in May 2017 with degrees in Economics and Spanish and a minor in Chinese. Upon graduation, Caroline will move to San Antonio, TX to begin her two-year assignment as a Teach For America Corps Member. She will begin her teaching career in San Antonio’s public school district while gaining her teacher licensure. Caroline developed her foreign language skills, which she hopes to use to support English learning students and families, through her many international experiences. She spent a semester abroad in Santander, Spain and another in Santiago, Chile. She also studied Mandarin as a Fulbright-Hays Scholar in Beijing and Guangzhou, China for six weeks. Her internship teaching middle school math at a nonprofit in Mississippi was a pivotal experience in her professional development. “I fell in love with teaching that summer, and the Levine Scholars Program gave me the tools and support to make my internship possible. Our scholarship program is committed to incorporating exploration into our undergraduate experiences. I was never put into a pre-professional box, so I had room to grow and discover new interests. These unique experiences transformed my career path in a truly exciting way.” Caroline was a four-year member of the Business Honors Program and partnered with Addison Goff ‘17 on their civic engagement project to bring honey bees to Discovery Place Nature.