- A young lady, known on Twitter as Caaylaawaylaa, is graduating from Roy Perry College of Engineering on Saturday, May 14
- She has shared photos slaying in different outfits to celebrate the accomplishment even before she walks across the stage
- Several internet users who saw the post announcing her remarkable academic milestone reacted
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She achieved her goal. A Twitter user identified as Caaylaawaylaa is graduating from the prestigious Roy Perry College of Engineering on Saturday, May 14.
The young lady has listed her credentials to celebrate her accomplishments even before she walks across the stage to receive the degree.
Caaylaawaylaa made her achievement public via Twitter, where she stated that she'll be graduating with a Bachelor of Science (B.S) in Chemical Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics.
More than one achievement
Caaylaawaylaa further mentioned that she was able to secure a full-time job ahead of completing school.
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''There is only 2% of black women who graduate in Engineering. With that said, on May 14, 2022, B.S in Chemical Engineering Minor in Mathematics.
''Full-Time job secured Alpha Kappa Mu Three Leadership Positions 8x Deans Honor Roll Mentor Program for Youth,'' she said.
Caaylaawaylaa has inspired netizens with her achievement as many reacted to her post.
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