Briana P. | 12th Grade | Engineering Pathway

Briana P. (4)
Q: How did you spend your summer?

A: This summer I had an internship with the University of Texas at their research campus etching tips and placing particles on the tip to understand interactions at a small level. The internship definitely helped me really understand what I want to do in college. It gave me a different perspective in the engineering field. There are so many fields that connect with each other and shows that the engineering field is pretty amazing.

Q: What do you like about the Ann Richards School?

A: One of the best things about the school is that it show girls you can pursue a career in math and helps us understand we can be a leader in the world. Before coming to the Ann Richards School I was the shy one, I wouldn’t speak in front of big audiences, but now I can say I can do that with confidence.

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Briana P. (10)
Q: What does sisterhood mean to you?

A: Sisterhood in this school is really important simply because we get to understand each other, and know how different races and personalities fit together. It’s something pretty cool because we become friends and sisters, and that is really important especially for girls.

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