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Faith Wendte

My name is Faith Wendte, and I am from Altamont, IL. I am a junior majoring in Agribusiness, Markets & Management and minoring in Crop and Soil Management. After graduation I plan to attend graduate school at the University of Illinois and receive a Master’s in Agricultural Economics. So far my experience at the University of Illinois has been wonderful. I have gotten to meet many new people such as students from other countries, professors, and business men and women from the community. I am a member of the James Scholar Honors Program and have had the opportunity to work closely with my professors and will perform undergraduate research during my senior year. I enjoy being in the College of ACES because there is always a familiar face when you’re walking down the hallway of a building or when you’re in the classroom looking for a seat. Besides the academic part of school, I’ve enjoyed attending football games and tailgates and just having fun as a college student. Being a part of 4-H House has helped prepare me for the professional world that awaits me upon graduation. Being involved on campus is very important and is a good way to meet other people and see what opportunities are out there waiting. The U of I and 4-H House are great places to grow as an individual and develop into a young professional that will someday make a huge difference in this ever-changing world.

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