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Our latest alumni profile is from the Class of 2011:
(World Religions and Spiritualities, African Studies)
Towards the end of senior year, I was unsure which career path to pursue within International Studies, so I immediately continued on to graduate school to narrow my professional and academic focus. I chose to stay at USF with the Master's of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) program. During my studies, I worked as an administrative/program assistant for the San Francisco Interfaith Council. For my Master's thesis research project, I traveled back to Burkina Faso, the country where I studied abroad in 2009 with Santa Clara University's Reading West Africa program. In Burkina Faso, I worked in rural libraries run by Friends of African Village Libraries, to research which types of books were most popular and what the local perceptions of the libraries were. Upon graduation, I interned with the Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED). I also put my newly gained expertise from my Master's thesis to use writing grant proposals while I volunteering at the non-profit, Worldreader. Recently I've accepted a position as the Assistant Development Manager for Worldreader and I'm looking forward to working in this field in a full-time and (paid) capacity! (11/1/13)