My name is Madonna Enwe and I was born and grew up in a Central African country: Cameroon. I graduated from High school in July 2011 and after that, I moved to America. In the fall of 2011, I started my college education at Montgomery College with a declared major in life science. I will be transferring and graduation with an Associate of Science degree from Montgomery College in May 2014 and when I transfer, my major will be in the Interdisciplinary study of Biology and Psychology. My long term goal is to gain admission to medical school.
During the course of my two years at Montgomery College, I became an inducted member of the Phi Theta Kappa and have completed my coursework as a member of the Renaissance Scholars program. With the recommendation from my amazing English professor, I became a writing tutor at the Takoma Park Reading and Writing Center. Last summer, through the Paul Peck Humanities program, I was able to intern at the Library of Congress which was one of the best experiences I have ever had.
I also tried to be involved with Student life to enhance my college experience and those of other students. I have been involved with the African Students Association from 2011. I also love participating in volunteer activities and I once did an Alternative Spring Break with several other students at a Montessori school in Wheaton. I love writing so, I have been writing for the school Newspaper: The Excalibur. This year I became the 2013/2014 Vice President of the Student Senate.
I am very grateful to have been chosen to be a blogger and I will fill all the readers with my academic and student Life experiences at Montgomery College. I love reading and collecting quotes that move me so each week I will give the title of the book I am reading and a new quote I discovered. I will conclude with a quote by Eleanor Roosevelt, "To leave the world richer-that is the ultimate success," I hope to leave all my readers richer by the end of this year.
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