Go back to school with the 'Chronicle' interns
Yohannis Job (junior, business administration; anticipated graduation: May 2013).
AC: Why Huston-Tillotson?
The campus is beautiful and historical. It is relatively small. The faculty and staff take time to speak with students and are genuinely interested in their success. Most people classify H-T as a historically black institution, but it really is a melting pot of cultures. There are a lot of international students; this provides a rich cultural experience.
Peer Learning consultant, American Marketing Association, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, and I'm running again. H-T exposed me to corporate-setting internships early. I interned for Circuit of the Americas and a firm in Hahn, Texas.
Bennu 24-Hour Coffee Lounge and the H-T student union
Survival Tips for Incoming Students
• Come with an open mind and heart; H-T surpassed my expectations.
• Don't be afraid to ask questions.
• Become familiar with your resources. H-T has the Center for Academic Excellence, the Writers' Studio, and library training sessions to help students succeed academically.
• Get involved, and don't be afraid to start your own organization. Let your voice be heard.