"I have learned to really assert myself in a work situation to get things done and not be afraid of my own thoughts."
"My most challenging experience was balancing everything. I wanted to be able to do as much as possible at my job and still be able to do other school work. I worked hard to balance out my schedule so that I could do everything and be at every event.
"[Praxis III] was a wonderful opportunity to take a class in something that was most interesting to me and an expansion of my music interest. I loved my Praxis III course and wish I had started them sooner so I could have done more. I really believe they are part of the Bryn Mawr experience that I was missing in my first few years."
Note: Cara's internship was a part of her Praxis III Independent Study course, a unique Bryn Mawr College service-learning program that places fieldwork at the center of a supervised learning experience.
The Wilma Theater exists to present theater as an art form, engaging artists and audiences in an adventure of aesthetic philosophical reflection of the complexities of contemporary life. It accomplishes this mission by producing thoughtful, well-crafted, productions of intelligent, daring plays that represent a range of voices, viewpoints, and production styles. Established in 1973 as The Wilma Project, the Wilma challenged the Philadelphia cultural community to create theatrical productions of original material and to develop local artists.