Evelina Rutdal

Evelina Rutdal, Psychology major, bundles up for a white winter in Tahoe

Major: Psychology

Class of: 2013

When I came here, all I knew was that I wanted to work with people, but my teachers and courses at SNC have helped me narrow it down to one solid profession: I want to eventually work as a wilderness therapist. The most influential class I’ve taken is the Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology class. This class has taught me to see other dimensions of consciousness and to realize how we are all connected.

I also had the opportunity to go Stanford with the Experimental Psychology class to view and listen to research conducted by students from all over the country. This experience was really a great one since it gave me inspiration for the future.

I have been offered two internships while at SNC which will help me on my journey to achieve my dreams. As a senior, I will have the opportunity to conduct my own research in Experimental Psychology.

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