Lexi DeMers is a member of the Honors cohort of 2019 who is majoring in Economics with a double minor in Business Management and International Business. Lexi plans on establishing a career in the Financial Sector utilizing her Economics degree and Business minors to improve one company or even the economy as a whole. She is a member of the Hermesian Literary Society, Phi Eta Sigma Honors Society, and Treasurer of the Blue Key Honor Society. She also volunteers in the community by helping local families submit their tax returns and by planning Relay for Life events to help raise funds to fight cancer.
Q: What is the Honors Program to you?
A: The Honors Program enabled me not only to attend Emory & Henry but also gave me the ability to achieve more than I originally planned. Through the Honors Program I have been provided with many resources and connections with students and for internship and career opportunities.
Q: How would you describe the character of the Honors Program?
A: The Honors Program not only connects you with other students that share a common goal but also to many professors willing to double your successes. The Honors Program is the perfect academic support system.
Q: What advice would you give to First Year Honors Scholars?
A: Have fun and enjoy Emory & Henry! The Honors Program will help you when needed and provide you with many resources, but you only experience E&H once, so become involved on campus and in the community. Don’t stress too much about your academics and GPA.
Q: What is one of your most significant experiences at E&H?
A: Playing on the women’s soccer team has shaped my college experience with fun times and important lessons like time management.