“Although my internship was remote, it was still a great experience not only due to the chance to interact with children online, but also for the relevant experience that I gained.”
After transitioning from her internship, Burdulis was saddened to learn that her final fall cross country season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, Burdulis is looking forward to the spring season and believes that the Bantams will still be able to excel on the track. In the meantime, Burdulis has written herself a training plan and stuck to it.
“With COVID taken into account, she’s done a great job with the team as captain,” Coach George Suitor said. “She’s been keeping people motivated and she’s been a leader in a time when it is truly a tough time to lead."
After Trinity, Burdulis is looking to apply to graduate school to achieve a master’s degree in education. Also, it is no surprise that Burdulis wants to continue her cross country career in some form or fashion. Burdulis foresees herself as a runner and perhaps, one day, as a cross country/track coach.
Burdulis is racing through a host of challenges throughout her time at Trinity, and remains hopeful about finishing off her career as a Bantam on a strong and positive note.