Undergraduate Spotlight: Kaitlynn Adams from the Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science

What is your major and why did you choose it?

As someone who is a loyal NPR Politics Podcast listener, protest goer, and petition signer I chose to double major in Interdisciplinary Social Science (ISS) and Political Science with the goal of using my education, experience, and passion to make meaningful change. The idea that one day I can serve the people as a voice for those that feel unheard, ignored, or oppressed, is equally powerful and moving. My journey to becoming a public servant has begun at Florida State University and the road that will take me there is my double major in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Science.

What do you want to do with your major after graduation?

After graduation, I hope to use the knowledge that I’ve gained as a Political Science and ISS student to pursue a Master of Social Work at FSU’s College of Social Work. Ultimately, I plan to earn my Licensure in Clinical Social Work in Washington D.C. and put my knowledge of policy and social justice to work at an agency that is committed to advocating for women’s issues.

What is your favorite thing about being a COSSPP student?

My favorite aspect of being a COSSPP student is that it is not just a college, it is a community. COSSPP has connected me with passionate, driven, and inspiring students that push me to reach my fullest potential and grow into the best version of myself personally, professionally, and academically.

Kaitlynn Adams is a COSSPP student double majoring in Interdisciplinary Social Science and Political Science.

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