Kaitlyn Dmytryszyn '13
Randolph-Macon College student Kaitlyn Dmytryszyn ’13 is a
communication studies major and ethics
and religious studies minor. And that’s
just the beginning.
Dmytryszyn, a Louisa, Virginia native, is a member of numerous
Panhellenic Council, Greek Ministries, Habitat for Humanity,
Concert Choir, and Chamber Singers. Her most treasured affiliation,
though, is Alpha Gamma
“By the spring of my freshman year I had experienced such incredible sisterhood
through Alpha Gamma Delta that I knew I was in the right place,” she says. “Alpha
Gam is a very important part of my life. The Greek community at R-MC is so tight-knit
and does such wonderful things on campus and in the community. My sorority, for
example, works with the Alpha Gamma Delta foundation to help sisters in need and
to fund Juvenile Diabetes research.”
Dmytryszyn also gives back to the community through her work as vice-president of
service for the Panhellenic Council, the governing body over all of the Greek women’s
organizations on campus.
“We work with Ashland’s Rescue Road Warriors, a program that saves animals from
kill shelters,” she says. “We play with the dogs and help clean their cages. This
has been such a successful project, with many students from the Greek organizations
on campus participating.”
A Dean’s Award scholarship
recipient, Dmytryszyn says that communication studies is an exciting major that
offers a wide variety of classes.
“I jumped around a bit from major to major until I realized that communication studies
is where my passion was all along,” she says. “I especially love studying mass media
communications, but I like that at R-MC a communication studies major covers many
During her junior year, Dmytryszyn attended a resume-writing workshop in the
Center for Personal and Career Development.
“I am setting my post-R-MC sights on a job in public relations,” she says, “and
having a professional resume is really helpful. Ideally I’d like to be a major-events
planner for a non-profit organization. I have been exploring options in the New
York City and Boston areas.”
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