“It’s a good, overwhelming feeling to be there for somebody.”
Beth Ann Grouell
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
In this episode, we hear from Beth Ann Grouell, a single mother and a devoted funeral-services student at the Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She explains why she’s always wanted to be a funeral director—and why her five-hour daily commute is worth it.
In this episode, we hear from April Vance, a senior at Howard University, who spent a decade in foster care as a child. She tells us how she ended up at Howard—and why she founded Advance Project, an organization that mentors foster children.
About this series:Say Something collects stories from college students about what they’re up to and why. Check for new episodes every three weeks. View more episodes.