CIP Bloomington Women Visit Louisville
Due to higher diagnoses rates in general, it’s typical that most CIP centers enroll slightly more male students than females.
Despite this statistic, the Bloomington Center is challenging the trend and this year boasts that 40% of our student population is comprised of a group of uniquely talented, extremely expressive, and from time to time highly dramatic young women.
Mendy Kossmann, our Academic Coordinator has taken advantage of this, establishing a tight, supportive, and very active Women’s Group.
This past weekend the group visited the Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky to view what was described to be “an extraordinary exhibition of modern French Impressionists and Post-impressionists”. The group consisted of nine students, as well as Mendy with her daughter Jacqui, Teresa Colby (Academic tutor) with her daughter Ruth, Bridget Gladen (C-STEP Instructor), and Brittany Hill (Residential staff).
Arriving in Louisville, they began their adventure at Lynne’s Paradise Café, which is said to be a museum trip in itself. Following lunch the group spent a few hrs at the Museum and then back to Bloomington. A BIG THANK YOU to the four staff who participated in the event.