Kondek Finds Wentworth Clubs Provide Lifelong Benefits
January 10, 2018
Deanna Kondek, BSCE ’19, believes that her time at Wentworth has been greatly enhanced by the clubs and organizations she joined.
“I thought I knew everything I wanted to do, but then I came here and there are just so many possibilities,” she says of expanding her student experience.
Kondek’s ventures on campus have included American Society of Civil Engineers, Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Fraternity, and Student Alumni Society, to name a few. And she is excited for the networking opportunities and other future benefits that will arrive due to her involvement now.
“Once [you] graduate,” she says, “your membership to these clubs and organizations doesn’t end.”
Find out more about Kondek’s Wentworth activity in the video above and learn more about groups on campus by visiting wit.edu/student-life/student-organizations-activities.
September 5, 2019—Beginning in the fall 2020, high school students will have the choice to submit or not submit SAT or ACT scores when applying to the university.
August 18, 2019—“You are equipped with everything you need to understand and help solve the complex problems of the day and of the future,” Thompson said. “Be intentional about it. Be purposeful about it. Give the world the benefit of your full creative capabilities. It is a world that greatly needs you!”
August 14, 2019—Edie Waldsmith has been a full-time staff member while also taking classes and getting involved in as much as she could on campus. “There’s a pride I feel every day being a part of the Wentworth community," she says. "It’s easy to give back when you feel a strong connection.”