While completing a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Conflict Management, Sarah Muneton worked as a work-study student at the Kenan Institute. As a program assistant for the Kenan Scholars Program, she helped with creating social media content and event planning. She worked as a liaison between Kenan Scholars and staff as the Chair of the Leadership Council. Additionally, Sarah worked to recruit new Kenan Scholars using social media and running various events.
Sarah, a first-generation college student and transfer student, began her undergraduate journey at UNC-Charlotte in 2015 and transferred to UNC-Chapel Hill in 2017. During her time at UNCC Sarah was a member of the executive board for Habitat for Humanity and the Latino Student Organization. She also started the 49ers Field Hockey Club before becoming a Tar Heel.
At Carolina, Sarah served as a Covenant peer mentor and participated in the Student Advisory Council for the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. Sarah was also a member of the Carolina Firsts Honors Program. At Carolina, she was the philanthropy chair of the women’s club, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Over the last three years, Sarah enjoyed exploring her interests in politics and organizational behavior through serving as an intern for the Manager’s Office at the Town of Chapel Hill.
After graduation in May 2020, Sarah plans on completing a Post-Baccalaureate Program at UNC while looking for her next career opportunity.