The 18-year-old actress, well known for her role in the Netflix series ‘Stranger Things,’ has disclosed that she has enrolled as an online student at the academic school.
Millie studies human services at Purdue University, which is located in the same state as ‘Stranger Things’ However, since she will do all of her studying online, she will not need to be in Indiana to finish the course.
Millie told Allure that the training would teach her “about the system and how to assist youth.”
Millie will continue to serve as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, an organisation that aids children in peril.
Millie says that she is delighted to embrace the burden that has been bestowed upon her. The actress is aware of her effect on young people, in particular, and she is aware of the obligation that has been bestowed upon her.
People may see it as pressure or fear, but I find it to be the most stimulating aspect of my profession.
“Everyone is staring at me and asking, ‘What are you going to say, Millie?'” I will say, “Young women have the right to an education. Young people everywhere are entitled to equal rights. You have the right to love the individuals you want. ‘Be the people you want to be and accomplish the goals you want to accomplish.’ This is my message.
Millie is also the driving force behind the skin-care brand Florence by Mills. Despite her early success, the star of “Enola Holmes” is quick to point out that she is not flawless.
She said, “Ultimately, all I wanted to accomplish with my profession was to let young ladies and young people know that I, too, have difficulties. I am not this flawless individual who sells skin-care goods and appears in ‘Stranger Things’ I have undoubtedly made poor choices.”