Rae Dillon, our new academic advisor, has served in the education field for over thirteen years (youth programs, public schools, education nonprofits, & higher education). Most recently, she was an academic advisor at Inver Hills Community College
Rae is a graduate of the UMN-TC and fell in love with the School of Social Work as a student, where she minored in Youth Studies. She still reflects on this challenging and inspiring coursework and applies it to her work today. Rae also holds a bachelor's degree in English.
She is honored to work with students and faculty who are passionate about youth work, social justice, and inclusivity!
Rae is a first generation college graduate and the first in her immediate family to graduate from a traditional high school. She applies this understanding to her practice while working with students.