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LincUPtoLearn–Lincoln’s mentoring program that connects current students and alumnae–continued on Wednesday when Mary Gueye ’22 visited Prudence Stoddard ’73 at RI Kitchen & Bath, where the alumna is the Director of Design. Mary had the chance to work on her own kitchen design and visit The RI Home Show (before it was even open!), and she shares her reflection on her experience in this blog post!
Mary Gueye ’22
For my visit day, I went to RI Kitchen and Bath Inc. I learned about many things, such as the different table top finishing, flooring, and where many materials originate from. I also learned how to use Chief Architect, a program designers use to model a new kitchen or bathroom idea for possible clients. Later in the afternoon, my alumna brought me over to the convention center to see the “Behind the Scenes” of The RI Home Show. Many home companies were there preparing their booth for the public to see. Many high school students were also there helping to build sets and handle electrical appliances to speed up the preparation process. My favorite thing overall in the day was being able to design my very own kitchen and see automatic kitchen cabinets and drawers which I never expected. It was such a great experience and I recommend for you to try it!
Stay tuned here, as well as on Instagram, Facebook, and Lincoln Connect, for more behind-the-scenes footage of LincUPtoLearn!
Are you an alumnae interested in participating in next year’s LincUPtoLearn? Reach out to Courtney Trafton, Associate Director of Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.