Get Ready For College, With Blueprint's Lizzie Speaker!
Although she’s been called a bit of a nut, you will not study Lizzie Speaker at Blueprint Psychology this summer. You will, though, learn about the inner workings of the human brain in a way you won’t forget. Through fascinating case studies, guest speakers and hands-on experiments, you will discover the wonder and science of Psychology. With Lizzie as your guide, you will study the aspects of psychology that are most interesting to you. She will guide you through your own experiment as you find the answers to your questions about the world.
- Study Psychology for 1 or 2 weeks this summer with Lizzie Speaker!
- Blueprint Psychology with Lizzie Speaker is exclusively at George Washington University. Seats are limited, so grab your space today before some else does!
About Lizzie Speaker
As a proud GW grad, Lizzie knows there is no better place to spend your summer than stunning, exciting Washington, DC. Lizzie spent 4 years exploring the city, so she knows a thing or two about college life in Washington. A small town girl from Georgia, Lizzie now lives in Huntsville, AL where she teaches 2nd grade with Teach For America. While the South is a perfect place to live, Lizzie can’t wait to be back in DC with Blueprint and you!
When she isn’t teaching, Lizzie loves to travel. Her favorite destinations include Perdido Key, FL, Savannah, GA, Panama, and Greece. This summer is going to be another big adventure for Lizzie – come join the fun!
- 2011 graduate of the George Washington University
- GW Presidential Scholar of the Arts in Acting
- Teach For America Corps Member – 2nd Grade Teacher
About George Washington University
George Washington University hums with the energy and excitement of our nation’s capital. The beautiful campus is steeped in history, yet provides an up-close view of today’s cultural, political and social landscape. Immersing yourself in life at GW is an experience you don’t want to miss! Act now to reserve your spot in Blueprint’s Signature Summer Program at George Washington University in Washington D.C.