At Purdue University, Millie Bobby Brown Is Pursuing A Degree In Human Services

At Purdue University, Millie Bobby Brown Is Pursuing A Degree In Human Services

There is a possibility that Millie Bobby Brown will attend college in the same state where “Stranger Things” takes place.

During an interview with Allure for the magazine’s September cover story, the 18-year-old actress, who plays Eleven on the show, revealed that she is currently taking online classes at Purdue University while also working.

It is reported that Brown is studying human services in college, a major in which “you learn about the system and how to help young people,” as she explained to the publication.

According to Purdue’s website, the major aims to build students’ knowledge of human development, family studies, and skills for working with people in service agencies as well as the ability to evaluate programs.

As the article points out, human-services students are prepared for a wide range of careers, including community-based, home-based, health-related social services, and mental health organizations.

At Purdue University, Millie Bobby Brown Is Pursuing A Degree In Human Services

As an ironic twist, Purdue University is located in Indiana, the very same state that is home to the fictional town of Hawkins that is at the core of the Netflix series “Stranger Things”.

Purdue has even been quietly honored on the show, with a background character in season three seen wearing a Purdue T-shirt during a scene in the Starcourt Mall, during which Purdue T-shirt is seen.

Besides her studies, Brown has a lot going on in addition to her studies. In addition to dating Jake Bongiovi, she will star in “Enola Holmes 2” this fall – and eventually, in “Stranger Things” season 5, she’ll have to face Vecna once and for all for the last time.

There is one thing, however, that she does not do a lot of, and that is to spend a lot of time on social media.

Purdue University's Millie Bobby Brown Is Studying Human Services
Purdue University’s Millie Bobby Brown Is Studying Human Services

Additionally, she told Allure that she does not have any social media apps on her phone and that she has other people manage her social media profiles on her behalf.

In spite of all the stresses of life in the public eye, she tries to keep them in perspective and focuses on what she can do to help others, rather than what she can do for herself. ‘Of course, people might perceive it as pressure or scary, but in my view, that’s one of the most exciting parts of my job,’ she said.

“The people around me are looking at me and wondering, “What are you going to say, Millie?”. “I’m going to say, “Young girls deserve an education, young people all over the world deserve equal rights.

[You] deserve to love the people that you want to love. You should be the person that you want to be, and you should be the person that you want to become. That is my message.”

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