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Averi Hill

Averi Hill

Student Success and Advising Center, Human Development and Family Science

Hill credits the HDFS major for preparing her for a variety of career opportunities.

Hometown

Mableton, Ga.

Major

Human Development and Family Science

Activities and Honors

 Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Human Development and Family Science Student Association, Fight Against Youth Obesity (FAYO), CRU Ministry, The Sparrows Nest Volunteer, SSAC Intern, Dean’s List, HOPE Scholarship Recipient

Why I chose my major

After researching each of the majors offered in FACS, I decided that Human Development and Family Science was the perfect one for me. HDFS offers a diverse selection of coursework and an engaging curriculum with focus on the challenges faced by families and society over the lifespan. The major has prepared me for a wide variety of career choices, including those within a healthcare setting.

What I like most about FACS

I appreciate the camaraderie between FACS students.  Since FACS is a smaller college, it is easy to connect with others who share similar interests. I also appreciate the knowledgeable professors and instructors and their dedication to the academy. The faculty are extremely knowledgeable, passionate, and supportive of the students.

Post-graduation plans

I plan to pursue a Master of Public Health degree at Georgia State University with an emphasis in public health policy.

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