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In between balancing two-part time jobs, getting involved in student organizations, and of course, football season—my first semester of grad school was more than I had bargained for. But nonetheless, the best decision I’ve made at this point in my career.
Prior coming into grad school I was concerned with not only how will I get involved at the Price School, but how can I also participate in the greater USC community. This led me to an opportunity through the Alternative Break (AB) program at the Center for Service Programs (under Campus Activities). This is a unique opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to engage in service learning and volunteerism in communities outside of the Los Angeles area…..
I have an eternal love affair with my beautiful city of Los Angeles and the various gems it bestows upon me. Amongst the most beautiful of these gems is the Univeristy of Southern California and one of its schools that I call home – The Sol Price School of Public Policy (affectionately referred to as Price). I can’t say enough about why I love Price… Continue reading
I was very fortunate to be apart of an amazing group of USC real estate entrepreneurs to travel half way around the world. Stopping in Barcelona, Bilbao, Biarritz, and San Sebastian we got a feel for the current economic status and dynamics of the European Union. Continue reading
Posted in Bachelor of Science in Policy, Planning, and Development, Master of Planning | Tagged Barcelona, Community, involvement, networking, opportunity, problem solving, professional development, Social Impact, Social Responsibility, support system, trojan family
One of the unique qualities SPPD holds over any other school at USC is their hard-working and genuinely caring staff. Being my 4th and final year of studying Public Policy as an undergrad, I have been privileged enough to get … Continue reading
Posted in Bachelor of Science in Policy, Planning, and Development | Tagged advice, career services, support system, trojan family