Senior Reflects: Kelly Auletto Gives a Shout Out to Favorite Professor

a yellow and white classroom full of students sitting at rows of desks.

Today we feature senior Kelly Auletto, a Human Services major from Maple Shade, NJ (Burlington County). Kelly transferred to Rowan from Rowan College of Burlington County, and commuted to campus. She is a first generation college graduate.

Please tell us about your favorite moment with a faculty member or a favorite experience in one of your classes?

I truly enjoyed Prof. McCann’s lectures, she always had us thinking outside of the box. One night during class she had us work as a group drawing the steps to make toast, who knew there were so many steps involved. She had the class laughing and engaged and even with this simple task, she had us thinking on a whole different level.  She always pushed us to be our best.

What was your favorite or most meaningful personal moment at Rowan?

Working with the Human Services Club, brainstorming ideas and ways to give back to the community. I will miss this amazing group!!

What are your career aspirations and how did the people or programs at Rowan help to support you with those aspirations?

Working my three field placements during my time at Rowan University has assisted me in my professional development. I was able to move up to a managerial position within my agency and entered a program that I never thought I would if it wasn’t for my field placement. Working as a vocational specialist with adults with mental health has been an amazing experience.  Watching my clients grow and become integrated into the community is so rewarding, I am thankfully to have been given this opportunity.

Do you want to give a thank you shout out to your family, friends, advisors or mentors?

YES… Professor McCann – you have been my rock!!! Thank you for all your support (personal and professional), guidance, words of wisdom and putting up with my insanity. I never would have made it without you. You are an amazing person and thanks for being you. My human service people… I will miss all of you. We did it!!! Thanks to my family for putting up with my never ending journey, love you guys.

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