What's the best part of Heidelberg? It's the faculty who mentor you, the staff who support you, and the friends who complete you. There's no better place to prepare for the rest of your life than in a supportive and inspiring community that is passionate about helping every student find their success. The "Humans of Heidelberg" series profiles members of the community, because we think we have some pretty great humans here.
Nov 28, 2016
We moved out to Ohio and I got a job at NBC in Cleveland. I was producing their 11 p.m. newscast and I did that for a little over a year, and then this job at the MCC opened. Me and my wife thought it would be a great transition and I remember thinking, “Oh, okay, I can handle this. I’ve done big producing.” But teaching is much, much harder than I thought it would be.
Nov 11, 2016
In 1999, when I was 2, my parents found out I had type one diabetes. Since I’ve had diabetes for 17 years many people ask me things like “oh, well how do you do that? I don’t understand.” But it’s always been my normal. Just the other day, I was working Cedar Point and I stashed some smarties in one of my pockets and I didn't want to bring bulky juice because if my sugar goes low I need to eat something and shockingly, my sugar went low, and I was sneaking smarties to get my sugar back up.
Oct 28, 2016
You start this journey by thinking you know that you’re fine. I’ve moved around, I’ve traveled. I’ve done things, been places, met people and had new experiences. Then, it actually happens. It hits you like a brick wall. I mean, culture shock going there was tough.
Oct 27, 2016
I lived away from home for about 15 years. I’m originally from Marion, but was able to return home in a way by moving to Tiffin. I met so many people who were different from me: people who think differently, believe different things, act differently, and talk differently. Because of that, I like to tell people to try and travel as much as they possibly can. I’ve traveled abroad a few times and all over the U.S. You just don’t know what you’re missing.
Oct 26, 2016
I met my wife in 2008. I was living in Huntington, West Virginia, I had an apartment there and went to Marshall University. As people did back then, I was hanging out on MySpace. You could do random searches …