Carl A Floyd Jr. is a graduate student from Opelika, Alabama in the College of Education. He is completing his Master’s Degree in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching: English for Speakers of Other Languages (P-12) and has also received a Master’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and Criminal Justice from the University of Alabama. During his time at the University of Alabama, he was awarded the ACER Holmes Scholarship and has done extensive work within the community and local school systems. He successfully established boys student support groups at two Tuscaloosa City and County Middle Schools and has worked along side community members to establish the Holt Community Partnership. In addition, he competed for the UA Men’s Track and Field team and has worked as a Mentor, Interventionist with the Coping Power Program, and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Criminal Justice and with the UA in Spain Study Abroad Program.
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