Human Development and Family Science
Adams will be working as a Child Life Specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
M.S. in Child Life
Volunteer at Extra Special People, Volunteer at Kate's Club, Programming Intern at Camp Twin Lakes, Practicum Student at Community Hospice and Palliative Care: Community PedsCare, Substitute Teacher at the Child Development Lab, Child Life Interview Co-Coordinator for the Graduate Student Organization, TA and RA
- Why I chose my major
I got my undergraduate degree at the University of Florida and knew I wanted to be a child life specialist. As I was nearing the end of my degree, I decided I wanted to pursue a master's degree in child life to gain more education before entering the career as a professional. I wanted to become a child life specialist because I love that I get to support the psychosocial well-being of children and families within the hospital environment.
- What I like most about FACS
I felt very welcomed and supported during my two years of my master's program. Especially coming from out of state, I felt like I had a strong support system around me who cared not only about my academics and education but also about my emotional well-being as a person.
- Post-graduation Plans
I completed an internship at Marshfield Children's Hospital and am now a Certified Child Life Specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.