Angelyna Madrid '23
“I decided to study psychology and criminal justice because I knew I needed to provide solutions for social inequities both my community and this country faces. My goal is to bridge the divide and be a resource for all people. I am open to any experience that will grant me the opportunity to dismantle systemic issues and mitigate the overarching issues of social justice, I am really interested in being a forensic social worker, crime analyst, police consultant, or a victim advocate.
“Because of my liberal arts education, I have had the opportunity to explore fine arts, humanities, philosophy/ethics/religion, social sciences, and natural sciences; I have a well-rounded understanding of various subjects and know how to apply these understandings to real-life scenarios.
“My most memorable experience at Carroll was participating in the Pioneer Bridge summer program. It helped me as a first-generation student transfer from high school to college. This program provided me with a much-needed support system and exposure to all the resources Carroll provides. I also can say that those I met during the program are some of my closest friends till this day.”