Hawkes Learning teams up with students across the country to help those who are new to using Hawkes. Through this internship, ambassadors meet with their peers to provide one-on-one guidance to answer many Hawkes questions, such as how to register a license number, where to go to complete homework, how to create a practice test, and what tools are the most helpful to get a good grade. Below are a few of the bright and talented students we work with!
Kayla is a nursing major who studies at Bowie State University. She currently secured a 4.0 GPA for the first semester of her freshman year. She also enjoys music, mathematics, and intellectual conversations on current political issues. This devoted and ambitious individual hopes to gain an abundance of knowledge in the medical field so she can help others.
Adam is a sophomore at Virginia Tech and he is a double major in Accounting and Business Information Technology. His favorite class is Intermediate Accounting and he currently holds a 3.96 GPA. Adam’s main goal after graduating is to earn his CPA certification and work at a CPA firm in Norfolk, VA. Outside of class, Adam is a brother of the international business fraternity Sigma Omega Upsilon; he also enjoys volunteering with his friends over in Circle K International. Some of Adam’s hobbies include PC gaming, Hokie football, listening to classic rock and collecting antiques.
Lacy is a freshman at Potomac State College who is majoring in Elementary Education. She is planning on attending West Virginia University in the fall of 2019 and planning to graduate in the Spring of 2022. Her favorite class is Education Colloquium and she currently holds a 3.81 GPA. Outside of school, she is very involved in her hometown’s 4-H club where she enjoys helping the younger members, showing and caring for animals, and interacting with anyone who may have a question. After graduation, she hopes to find a job in an elementary school in her hometown as a kindergarten or first-grade teacher.
Kaitlin is a sophomore finance major at the University of Mississippi. Although she is very busy with her studies, demonstrated by her 3.8 GPA, Kaitlin is involved in many organizations throughout campus. Some of her favorites include Alpha Omicron Pi, Associated Student Body, Students Activities Association, and Reformed University Fellowship, and Ole Miss Diamond Girls. This semester she is really enjoying her Business Calculus class. Upon graduating, Kaitlin plans to attend graduate school and become an external business consultant.