The diverse disciplinary perspectives and learning experiences provided by the K-Plan teach students to adapt to the unexpected situations of our ever-changing world.
Daniel Mota-Villegas ’21 recognized his capacity for adaptation when his study abroad experience ended abruptly due to COVID-19.
“Despite having my study abroad experience end early, I felt prepared and confident in my abilities to make the most out of my new reality,” he said.
In this video, Mota-Villegas shares more about his transformative K experience and how it inspired his plan to attend graduate school in China to prepare for a career in foreign services in the state department.
“I am grateful to Kalamazoo College donors for supporting my K-Plan and providing opportunities for me to grow academically, professionally and socially,” he said. “I encourage you to make a gift to the Kalamazoo College Fund to ensure students like myself have access to their own life-changing experiences.”
As the College continues to adapt to the realities of COVID-19, it is more important than ever for students to engage in experiential learning opportunities through the K-Plan.
Please consider making a gift to the Kalamazoo College Fund in support of K students, whose experiences will prepare them for successful careers and develop them into enlightened leaders who are ready to lead in a richly diverse and increasingly complex world.