Alumni Spotlight: Jocelyn Lucier ’06

Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy graduated its first senior class in 2003, and our students were well-prepared to enter a larger world. Today, we will spotlight a Holy Trinity graduate in her accomplishments, her career, and the difference Holy Trinity made in her life.  Here is Jocelyn Lucier’s Holy Trinity Story:

“Holy Trinity is an investment – in your time and future.” –Jocelyn

Jocelyn Lucier '06

Jocelyn Lucier ’06
Post High School: Bachelor of Science in Health Science and minor in Education from University of Florida, Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from New York University
Currently: Occupational Therapist

What advice would you give to current students?

Engineering and health care are booming fields right now, with good options for new grads. If you are even slightly interested in these fields, I would go for it. Make sure you are THE BEST at what you do.

How did your Holy Trinity experience have an impact on your career and who you are today?

I learned all of my studying skills from Holy Trinity. Mrs. Euziere’s AP US History class highly prepares you for what college is actually like. I got my love for anatomy and health science from Mr. Shupe’s anatomy class.

What was the best class or activity you participated in at Holy Trinity?

Mrs. Pallex, Mrs. Wubbena and Mr. Mancini all made impacts on my life and were great role models. Mr. Mancini’s door was always open for me to come in and talk about whatever was bothering my teenage self at the time.

How did you become interested in your field?

I had no idea about occupational therapy until Preview Orientation at UF. Once I learned I could be in health care without sticking needles in people, I signed right up!

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