Faces of Cincy State: Alexis Duenkelsbuehler

From CCP Student to Intern at the British Embassy in Mexico City

I was 16 and freshly licensed when I dove into Cincinnati State’s College Credit Plus program. Though leaving the high school experience had its challenges, it was something that I never came to regret.

Unlike high school and typical college experiences, Cincy State introduced me to a future where I could advance academically and professionally. It forced me to look into my career options and challenged me to make them better. For the first time in my life, my future was not a “what if,” it was a “now,” and that changed everything.

Fast forward 5 years, I am now a Press and Communications Intern at the British Embassy in Mexico City. My time at Cincy State not only gave me the education to move forward; it gave me confidence.

If it weren’t for Cincinnati State and people such as Sarah Leggesse, who took me under her wing and guided me through the program, I might not be where I am today.

For anyone who is planning to go to Cincinnati State, here is my advice: Take it all in. Talk to as many people as you can and learn as much as you can. Everyone has something to teach you and if you listen, the possibilities are endless.

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