Klingensmith’s appreciation for her own freshman orientation experience have led to her becoming involved in the College’s R Days orientation program.
This Maroon spent the summer teaching in Guatemala as a way to cement her Spanish language skills while giving back to and working with an indigenous community.
The group planned to work with ConstruCasa a nonprofit organization to help build basic homes for people in need.
“Working with kids is always rewarding and challenging,” Mulchay said. “Sometimes you can just see a kid get it, and that’s great.”