Hultz Recognized as May Honor Graduate

Written by: CEHD Communications Staff
Post date: May 19, 2010

EAHR graduating senior Rachel Hultz was recognized as one of the May Distinguished Honor Graduates at a ceremony in their honor on Friday, May 14. The College of Education and Human Development honors those students who not only performed well in the classroom, but also excelled outside of the classroom in organizations and in the community. Rachel Hultz Rachel Hultz, a human resource development major, believes that her internships and HRD classes have equipped her for success.

"I think the HRD program provides a good bridge between college and work by requiring the students to do an internship," she says. As an intern at Kellogg, Brown and Root, Rachel assisted the human resource manager in researching and administering human resource policies. She also interned at the Texas A&M University Career Center, where she maintained business office records and provided assistance with administrative tasks. As an undergraduate at Texas A&M, Rachel spent much of her free time involved in Aggie Sisters for Christ and Breakaway Ministries.

This past spring break, she went on a mission trip to Haiti to help with disaster relief. Following graduation, Rachel will work as the executive assistant to the headmaster at Brazos Christian School. "I am excited to be part of a school that is making a difference for generations to come through the students that are going through the program," she says. She graduated magna cum laude with a 3.768 GPR.