This summer Madeline Betz ‘17 has begun her post-collegiate work, teaching at the Academy of the Holy Family run by the Sisters of Charity in Baltic, Connecticut. The Academy of the Holy Family is a Catholic secondary day and boarding school for young women, which seeks to enable its students to reach their potential through a challenging curriculum built on a supportive spiritual foundation.
For the remainder of this school year Betz will be teaching three courses to Academy of Holy Family students, “This school is so dedicated to revealing God’s truth and practicing prayer in its daily life that the community only reestablishes to me the importance of combining faith and reason. There is so much joy, but also so much learning and hard work in the community. It encourages me even more to go out into the depths and help reveal God’s truths to future students.”
Betz position was facilitated by Zach Goodier, Career Pathways Coordinator, at Northeast Catholic College.
“Zach was the one to tell me about the school and helped me get in contact with Mother Mary David, the principal of The Academy of the Holy Family. In addition to this, he assisted me in preparing my cover letter and my resume,” Betz said of her experience with Career Pathways. “The NCC Career Pathways Program has done so much for me and made the transition from college into the world a much easier experience.”
Next year, Betz will be working as a full-time teacher and Resident Assistance. She also plans on attending graduate school in the near future.
For more information on Northeast Catholic College’s Career Pathways Program, please click here.