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Data analyst pushes past personal weaknesses: finds inner-confidence and success

Only two years into her career, this data analyst has already overcome academic discrimination, achieved international recognition for her research, and has earned a management role with her non-profit...

Military veteran studies criminal justice to become investigator

[F]ollowing roughly eight years of service at home and abroad I left the ranks of the military to obtain a college degree. The intent of this degree was to earn my Right of Passage to the US Army Officer...

Studying International Development to create a world community for migrants

[O]n April 12, 2015, a terrified Sub-Saharan African (SSA) migrant on a sinking ship in the Mediterranean frantically called the European journalist, Meron Estefanos, for help. Shortly after, more calls came...

Jennifer Monroe, majoring in Pharmacy, is a DiversityJobs Scholarship Finalist

[I] chose my major, Pharmacy, because I have always dreamed of being in the Medical field so I could help people who are less fortunate than myself. I dreamt of myself having many professions; from a doctor to...

Akintoye Akindele, majoring in Business, is a DiversityJobs Scholarship Finalist

[M]y parents are from Africa. They migrated to the United States about three decades ago. I am the youngest of three children. I was born in the hardened neighborhoods of Detroit Michigan where I witnessed my...

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