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Our USF in DC Fellows Have Arrived

Congratulations to our USF in DC Spring 2018 cohort! They recently arrived in Washington, D.C., and have already attended the Women’s March, experienced a government shutdown, and explored the sights and sounds of our nation’s Capital. Jose Esquer Romero, Finance ‘18 Jose is a Newmark Scholar and is interning with Senator Kamala Harris. He plans…

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USF in DC: The Possibilities Continue

Writing a big picture, lofty post about my time in the USF in DC program is a tall order — mostly because I want to write about the specifics. I want to write that I got to tour The White House, that I met House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, and that I attended briefings around the District and hearings on Capitol Hill. – Emily Adsit

2023-2024 Holstein Scholars

Congratulations to our ten Holstein Scholars for the 2023-2024 academic year! Get to know each scholar! We are eager to see how each recipient will continue to commit to scholarship, public service, and public policy-making programs for the common good.  Forrest Cameron Forrest Cameron is a rising senior at USF, studying Politics and Philosophy. Most…

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All Together Now: Our Partnership with USF

We have partnered with 826 Valencia for many years and always cherish there commitment to community-engaged learning. Learn more about Joe Totterdell, Volunteer Coordinator, as he shares his experience working with 826 Valencia, the Community Partner Co-Educator Fellowship, and the valuable contributions from supporters and volunteers with the children of San Francisco.  I was born…

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From The Fillmore to the School of Education

Last month we said our “goodbyes” to Engage San Francisco program assistant, Camille Batiste. We’ll surely miss Camille and her incredible work with the Western Addition community but we know she will continue to bring her skills and talent to the university through her new role at the USF’s School of Education. Read Camille’s fond…

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Reflecting on the Impact of The Leo T. McCarthy Center

In this week’s blog, Carla Trujillo, Graduate Assistant for Engage San Francisco, shares her experience with the Engage San Francisco Literacy program and the School of Education. Learn more about how each program transformed her professional development, as well as the meaningful connections that nurtured her passions for education. Luckily, for us, it’s not farewell…

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Divine timing at the Public Library

In this week’s blog Sadie Mills ’23, double major in Marketing and Entrepreneurship & Innovation, amplifies the extensive resources and opportunities that the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) offers to all of their local community. Sadie worked alongside SFPL as a McCarthy Fellow for the One City One Book (OCOB) campaign. Learn more about her…

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Bridges that Connect Us

In this week’s blog, Camille Batiste, new Program Assistant for Engage San Francisco and recent USF graduate, answers four questions about her goals and passions in education and public service. Learn what motivates Camille to advocate for programs that support youth development and community building.  How did you arrive at the Leo T. McCarthy Center?…

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