Gettysburg College proves to be the perfect place for students like Joe Miller ’13
Today’s most talented students have a multitude of interests. They’re exploring the arts, competing in athletics, and serving their communities, while at the same time pursuing degrees, conducting research, and building career skills through internships, externships, and mentorship opportunities.
Gettysburg College provides numerous avenues to satisfy the passions and intellectual curiosity of active students like Joe Miller ’13, a standout sociology major who aspires to get the most out of his undergraduate education.
Miller is as involved as it gets. He has served as a resident assistant, a student worker for the Office of Institutional Analysis, and as a resource for the President’s Office to examine the intellectual climate of the College for first-year students. But it was the Center for Public Service (CPS) that initially attracted Miller to attend Gettysburg.