Skyler Holland is a sophomore electrical engineering major from Hampton, South Carolina. She was born and raised in the Lowcountry and in her free time, she enjoys playing softball or tennis and going to the beach every chance she gets. Skyler is currently in her second year at Clemson majoring in electrical engineering with a minor in biological sciences. She hopes to work in medical research after graduating and to help people with the advancement of medicine. Her story with PEER & WISE began in middle school when she attended Project WISE for two summers. There, her love for electrical engineering was sparked. She fell in love with every aspect of it and it made her curiosity grow. After completing Project WISE, she then took several engineering courses through high school, learning the basics of SolidWorks, building circuits on breadboards, and coding. Once getting accepted into Clemson, she was in contact with Beth Anne Johnson about becoming more involved with Project WISE. Over her freshman year, she stayed in contact with Beth Anne and Mrs. Serita Acker and was involved in virtual Project WISE. The summer before her sophomore year, she applied for a work study position in the PEER & WISE office and since then it has turned into an internship. She cherishes this internship and is so thankful for all of the great people and opportunities it has brought into her life. Her advice for others is to never be afraid of being curious. For her, electrical engineering sparks her curiosity and makes her want to know more. Knowledge is ever-growing and being curious is how many inventions and innovations have been made.