Vaytta Arroyo

Social Studies, Student Services

BSW, Ball State University

Vaytta Arroyo attended college at Ball State University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a double minor in Interpersonal Relations and Psychology of Human Development. Vaytta went on to do her practicum with the Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS), working with older youth aging out of foster care. After working with DCS for approximately 2.5 years, Vaytta moved to Chicago where she began substitute teaching, and eventually found Wolcott. After serving Wolcott as an Adjunct Instructor and social studies long-term substitute, Vaytta will be teaching the Psychology of Human Development course and a member of the Student Services support team. When she is not working Vaytta loves to spend time with her family, loved ones, and two cats, Pinto and Jean.