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Sara Sepander, Working on Monterey Aquarium Learning Center with USF Architecture & Design Degree!

Sara Sepandar Profile ShotRead more about why Sara Sepandar felt that USF’s San Francisco location enriched her Architecture & Design degree, “USF’s ARCD program is unique in that it offers a lot of opportunity for experiential learning. We use the city as our classroom…practically every studio project we were given was on a vacant site in the city…”

https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/profiles/sara-sepandar

Alyssa Pohahau, USF Computer Science Alumna Working at Square

Profile Photo Alyssa PohahauRead how Alyssa Pohahau, Computer Science alumna, feels her major at USF gave her an edge in getting a job at Square immediately after graduation.  She said, “Having a network of professors who were not only interested in a student’s success in a class, but also after the class was over, meant everything to me at USF.”

https://www.usfca.edu/profile/alyssa-pohahau

Amelia Remeta, Working in PR with an Environmental Studies Major

Read why Public Relations Account Coordinator Amelia Remeta loved her Environmental Studies major because she… “met some of the greatest people in this program. My classmates felt more like family because the major is so small — we had all of our classes together and grew very close-knit over the course of four years. We camped together, gardened together, ate together, sat around campfires.”

https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/profiles/amelia-remeta

Keyaira Lock, Former Sociology Major Changing the Word From Twitter

Pciture of Keyaira Lock on USF CampusRead about Keyaira Lock, a former Sociology major and Esther Madriz Diversity Scholar who uses her job as a University Recruiter for Twitter to increase representation of women and underrepresented minorities in tech. She says, “One of the best gifts the sociology program has given me is a deep-rooted community of family, friends, and mentors.”

https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/profiles/keyaira-lock