Grad Story: Kennidy Martin
Kennidy Martin excels both on the court and in the classroom. Throughout her time at MSJC, Kennidy has maintained a 4.0 GPA and is the captain of the volleyball team. Her college career began at a neighboring community college but found a connection at MSJC. Kennidy demonstrates exceptional leadership skills and a commitment to service, volunteering in her community’s volleyball club.
Additionally, Kennidy took advantage of the Umoja program. “Umoja provided me with a community of students with similar interests and goals,” she said. She is confident that she will remain connected to those whom she met through the program.
Kennidy actively participates in her community, volunteering her time and skills to local organizations from mentoring younger students and athletes, to coaching, giving back to her community.
Kennidy will be transferring to California Baptist University in the fall to study psychology. She plans to learn more about human development and hopes to enroll in one of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities for her masters and doctorate. Her career goal is to be a school psychologist.