Amy (Baker) Baddley ’14, an English major with an economics minor, completed her Bethel degree in Washington, D.C., through the American Studies Program. Since graduating, she has participated in American Enterprise Institute’s Summer Fellowship program, worked as a legislative assistant to an Oklahoma Congressman, filled several positions at AthenaHealth in Massachusetts and is currently pursuing a Juris Doctorate at Vanderbilt Law School.
“At Bethel, I was exposed to psychology, history, literature, philosophy, theology, economics, languages, and fine arts. I was taught to interweave these disciplines, think critically and communicate effectively about them, consider new perspectives, and develop informed thoughts and opinions. In short, I learned well how to learn well.”
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