Lailah is a student who is interested in seeing and learning about as much of the world as she can. An avid member of several multicultural clubs and organizations like the Black Student Union and the Multicultural Recruitment team under the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Lailah really loves WPI’s international population and how many opportunities students are given to travel through their courses and projects.
Through her travels, Lailah’s worldview has expanded and she’s developed relationships with people all over the globe, becoming better at working with and understanding people whose cultures are significantly different than her own.
Lailah plans on working for a multinational corporation, and then eventually returning to school to obtain her M.B.A. She wants to empower marginalized communities in the United States and assist in international development of developing countries.
Professor Adrienne Hall-Phillips, Assistant Professor, School of Business
By mid-morning, I’m up and starting my day working either at the Rec Center pool as a lifeguard or at the Bartlett Center as a Multicultural Recruitment intern with the Admissions team.
My days usually include multiple meetings, whether they’re for group projects I’m a part of, or for the handful or clubs and organizations I participate in.
I often have classes in the early afternoons and late evenings, so my schedule is a little different than some other students’. In between, you can usually find me in the library studying or catching up with friends.