Joshua Stewart is a sophomore and an extremely well-rounded student involved in everything he could get his hands into. Josh is from West Palm Beach, Florida and chose to attend FAU because of the diverse population of students. Upon graduating he plans on becoming an elementary school teacher in a school with students who are less fortunate than others, he also plans on returning to school and enrolling in a graduate program.
Josh has mentioned to us seven different organizations he is a part of on campus, he stated, “I joined all these organizations and took these opportunities because I wanted to immerse myself into the culture of FAU. I remember being told when I was first admitted to FAU that the more involved you become on campus, the more fun you will have and you will be more successful going through college. I can honestly say that I have proven this to be true.”
Josh is a part of the Orientation team where he is a mentor orientation leader, Student Alumni Association, PrOWLers which is a spirited team that supports all athletic teams. Women Empowerment Club and National Council for Negro Woman both are organizations he’s a part of that build character among woman of the FAU Community as well as African-American woman in the United states and Africa. He is a member of the Black Student Union an organization that promotes racial and ethnic interaction between and among different groups. He is also a member of the Caribbean Student Association a group that promotes and encourages Caribbean cultural awareness. As you can see Josh is determined to be an aware and involved student.
College of Education
West Palm Beach, FL
Clubs and Organizations:
Mentor Orientation Leader, Student Alumni Association, PrOWLers, Women Empowerment Club, Black Student Union, National Council for Negro Women, and Caribbean Student Association
Words to live by:
"Don’t work hard, work smart."
What's one thing every FAU student should experience:
“The most difficult thing about college is keeping up with things that need to be done and managing your time wisely. I overcome these things by having a daily checklist of things that need to be done and by prioritizing what is important.”
Advice to fellow students:
“Get involved on campus, I know it might sound like something everyone says but I truly believe that the more involved you are on campus the more likely you are to enjoy your collegiate experience.”