Meet a Mohawker: Emma Manderville
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Hello Mohawkers, and welcome back to the camp blog! Today is a very special blog post where we get to meet one of our long time Mohawkers Emma Manderville!
Emma has been a camper, and is one of our most dedicated staff members here at camp. You may know Emma from the Mohican Unit this past summer, where she was co counselors with Hannah Cooke. You will always find Emma, and her bubbly personality, down at the barn teaching horseback riding. She loves being a staff member because she feels as if she can be a kid again. Emma loves that you can try something new, or go crazy for a theme night. She just loves the pure joy camp brings to her life, and the happiness she feels when she is here in her favorite place.
When Emma is not at camp she keeps herself very busy. Emma is a Public Health major, with a minor in addictions, at Keene State College in New Hampshire. She is a member of SAVE, which is the Sexual Assault Violence Education club, and is a MVP Mentor in Violence Prevention. She is the President of the Public Health club, a Student Ambassador for the Public Health department, and she is an on campus tutor. On top of all that she loves to go hiking with her friends, visit nearby farms, and just explore the area surrounding her school.
Emma is very proud to announce that she has been accepted to the University of Limerick in Ireland to study abroad this spring. She is really looking forward to reunite with all our Mohawk sisters who live across the pond!
Although Emma will not be joining us this summer we are so proud to watch her flourish at school, and cannot wait to see what she accomplishes in this coming year!