Meet Chloe
Chloe Mayhew is a recent first generation college graduate from Pace University, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Global Professional Studies with a concentration in Political Science in May 2022. During her time as an undergraduate, Chloe was a four-year student athlete and team captain of the Pace Women’s Field Hockey Team, while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.94 or higher each semester. Additionally, Chloe was named Vice President of the Lambda Sigma Honor Society during her sophomore year, where she organized community service events within her college community. During the Fall Semester of 2020, Chloe was selected to be a Millennium Fellow in the Millennium Fellowship Program, an international leadership development program created by the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network to equip undergraduate students with the tools necessary to promote the implication of the Sustainable Development Goals on their college campuses. In the Fall of 2021, Chloe was hired as an intern with the GMHC Immigration Legal Services department, where she was responsible for conducting client intake, legal research, drafting of supporting affidavits and assisting in preparation of various immigration applications such as applications for Naturalization/Citizenship, DACA renewals, and TPS. In the Spring of 2022, Chloe began an internship with the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, within the Immigration Justice Clinic, where she contributed to research related to immigrant victims of representation fraud and the expansion of U Visa certification opportunities. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree, Chloe is preparing for her gap year, where she will work as a volunteer with the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) program in the Southwest Region of the United States, based in Aurora, Colorado, for 10 months. Upon completion of her service, Chloe is looking to obtain her Master’s in International Affairs with a joint law degree, and is hopeful in pursuing a career related to Civil Rights, Human Rights, and Immigration Law.
Posts by Chloe
Chapter 4: Resourcefulness: The Secret to Success in College

One of the greatest parts about moving onto my college campus during my first year of school was the incredible variety of academic resources and success tools that were now in my reach as a student. Whether you reside on your campus or not, as a college student you likely now have access to a long list of academic advisors, mentors, libraries, and tutoring services offered by your university. The importance of these scholastic resources cannot be overstated, as the student who rightfully takes advantage of these facilities is the student that will have a leg up throughout their higher education experience.

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Chapter 2: The First Week of Classes: What to Expect and How to Prepare

Arguably, an incoming freshman’s most highly-anticipated and simply over-thought-about week of the year is the infamous Syllabus Week, when students finally meet their course professors and get a sneak preview of the semester that lies ahead. I’ll be honest, when I began my very first week of college classes, I expected Syllabus Week to be a week of ease – no due dates for at least a week, right?

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Chapter 1: Finding Your Support System

After high school graduation, most of us are forced to face the fact that we are moving into the next chapter of our lives, meaning we must bid our temporary and final farewells to the many friends who have supported us throughout our elementary, middle, and high school education.

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