The Power of Financial Aid and Faculty Support
When Michael Chang ’92 reflects on his four years at Webb (88-92) and the impact it has had on his life, integrity is what first comes to mind. And now as a trustee and an alumnus living abroad in Hong Kong, he isn’t shy talking about it.
“Looking back on those years as a student and now five years as a trustee, I’m confident that my compass was set at Webb. My growth into adulthood and path to developing the values I carry with me today all began here. As you grow and age, you experience hardships and challenges, that’s when you truly understand your values and where they come from,” Chang said.
Now a parent of a Webb student, Chang considered what advice he might offer a new student. How do you make the most of your Webb experience? “Practice turning integrity into action at Webb. Take this important opportunity and try new things and develop your leadership skills. Have fun and make friends!” Chang said.