“The message is always there at Northwest — that the way you act affects others.” Emma added, “We learned about investing in society. We were always being reminded of what our place in the world could be.”
The Honorable Donna M. Wilkerson-Brillant '83 of the Ansonia-Milford Judicial District returned to her alma mater on May 1 to present a First Amendment lesson to NWC's civics classes as well as share stories about life as a judge.
Groshko began by asking the students, “Do you want to know what I say when people ask me where I went to school?” Goroshko continued, “I don’t answer with the college I attended. I tell them I went to Northwest Catholic.”
Danté Jeanfelix ’11 recently visited Ms. Avery’s acting class to share stories of the biz!
Christian Heiden shared with his audience his experiences of starting his university experience at St. John’s in New York City to study social justice before transferring to Uconn to major in applied and resource economics with a concentration in international development.
Alex Murillo '15 and Brandon Couloute '10 after their performance with Studio 860.
Erin Neagle, a 2008 graduate of Northwest Catholic, recently returned to the school as a guest speaker in the new Alumni LEADS program to discuss her work in hospitality management.
Colleen Riley '12 is currently a pharmacist at CVS in Cromwell. She spoke to seniors of her experiences at NWC, her road to Duquesne University’s School of Pharmacy, and why students should step out of their comfort zones and take risks until they find their place. Riley also discussed the challenges of pharmacy work, the opioid crisis, and why she likes working one-on-one with patients to improve their health.
Leon Babcock, a 2015 graduate of Northwest Catholic High School, returned to his alma mater this month to talk with seniors about his experiences in the University of Connecticut’s Air Force ROTC program.