Megan Loutsch is an Elementary Education major with endorsements in Coaching, Reading, and Middle School Math and Language Arts.
During her time at the Cliff, Megan has been very involved with Catholic Daughters and participated in the Navigate pilot program. Navigate is a small group program that helps students to reflect on some of life’s biggest questions.
“Navigate was a program that helped me learn so much about myself and where I want to go in college, with my career, and in my life. Through this program, I was able to uncover so many hidden things about myself, and with the help of mentors, make sense of those uncovered thoughts and ideas. Experiencing Navigate was unlike any other program, retreat, or workshop. This program digs much deeper and allows you to leave with thoughts that will remain in your mind throughout life and will help you stay true to yourself. When we come to college, we gain some freedom, but we are still heavily influenced by others. However, through learning about vulnerability, vocations, discernment, and authenticity, I gained an understanding about myself that taught me how to handle the new freedoms and influences while keeping my values and true gifts in focus. This is a program that I feel every student should participate in before they leave Briar Cliff and venture out into the world where it is so easy to become something other than yourself!”