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First Year in San Francisco
Justin Pearson '20 is completing his first year in the MA Urban and Public Affairs program My path to the University of San Francisco began with loving the Bay Area on prior visits from my home in Jamaica. I have had the privilege from prior work an (More)
Celebrating Innovative Partnerships
The McCarthy Center and Engage San Francisco will be celebrating the 2019 Community Partnership Innovation Fund (CPIF) recipients on April 4, 5:30 -7:30 p.m. at the African American Art & Culture Complex! Members of the wider McCarthy Cent (More)
Building Communities Organically
photo: Community Grows on Instagram  Addressing the needs of a community can take many forms, and sometimes when we dig a little below the surface, we get to the roots. This holds true for More)
From the Classroom to Grassroots Organizing
Mónica Bejarano MA '19, reflects on the impact of her internship as part of her studies as a Graduate student in the Masters in Urban and Public Affairs Program in the Leo T McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good More)
#USFVotes – Leading up to the Midterms
USFVotes, our initiative to make every USF student a registered voter, will hold five (5) weeks of voter information workshops and talks ahead of the 2018 Midterm elections. Students, the USF community, and the general public are welcome to come o (More)
Out Of The Closet And Into The Future
Nick Large, Master of Public Affairs '18 Every June we celebrate LGBT pride here in San Francisco. Timed to coincide with the historic More)
Our VISTA's Year in Review
Michael Anderson is our 2017-18 AmeriCorps VISTA and a Campus-Community Liaison for Engage San Francisco. This fall, he will attend UCLA's M.A. in Education Policy In high school, I ran track under the leadership of one of the best and toughest (More)
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