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Meet the graduates: Jenna Rozenboom ’24

Jenna Rozenboom poses on the steps of Main Hall

Jenna Rozenboom ’24

Jenna Rozenboom ’24 is taking her passion for helping others to Roanoke County Social Services, where she is working as a family services specialist in child welfare. 

“I’ve always felt a pull toward learning about how the mind works,” said Rozenboom, a psychology major. “In the last five years at Randolph, I’ve taken a special interest in mental health and advocating for those who need a voice and can’t speak for themselves. I’m interested in child and developmental psychology. Social work is a great avenue to help others and be an advocate for tiny minds.” 

She saw the importance of social work firsthand over the last year while working as a psychiatric technician in the emergency room. Her time at Randolph has left her ready for the future. 

“The psychology department will always hold a special place in my heart,” Rozenboom said. “My professors have personally guided me in the right direction year after year, and I owe my success to them. They’ve prepared me for this next step by lending a helping hand but also allowing me to flourish on my own.” 

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