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From its beginning, Stevenson has aimed to educate the heads, hearts, and hands of students, inspiring them to put their knowledge to work in their communities. The Leadership Scholars program does just that.
Maiya Lyons, Business Administration major set to graduate in 2021, has used her position as a Leadership Scholar to build her community service roles. Even though she is still fairly new to Stevenson, she has already been a part of various community roles on campus, including: helping girls be more interested in STEM programs; participating in Santa’s Helpers Anonymous; volunteering at the Maryland Book Bank; member of Stevenson Sovereign Steppers Step Team; and a member of the Phi Beta Lambda, a national business society club on campus designed to helps students of any major build up their professional skills and develop self-confidence.
Maiya comments on her Stevenson experience this far in relation to being a positive influence on campus, and an eventual positive influence on the world: “My time at Stevenson has helped me develop a broader spectrum of the world. I’ve been introduced to a far more diverse environment. Not only was I introduced to other cultures, but I learned about them as well as Stevenson strives to be a University that is inclusive and welcoming to all.”