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ELENA MARMO

CLASS OF 2015

Currently Studying:

Political Science

MINOR:

Peace and Justice Studies

Elena Marmo
"I am excited to begin working and after four years of studies, I am not only a better student but also a better global citizen..."

-Elena Marmo '15

Peace and Justice Studies has played an invaluable role in my education at Pace University, allowing me to learn across disciplinary lines, challenge my thinking, and grow as a student and an individual. Beyond the classroom, I am able to join with a community of students passionate about social justice and learning through the Student Peace Alliance. The program also offers esteemed faculty and a perfect balance of practical and theoretical courses that have provided me with a strong sense of vocation and skills necessary for a career in this field. I am excited to begin working and after four years of studies, I am not only a better student but also a better global citizen, dedicated to solving the world’s largest and most pressing problem. The Peace and Justice program provides students with the opportunity to explore a field that is of utmost importance, encouraging them to take a stake in changing our world for the better.  

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JASON GONZALEZ

CLASS OF 2014

Currently Studying:

Political Science

MINOR:

Nonprofit Studies

Jason Gonzalez
"Having the Nonprofit Studies minor is a clear signal of my commitment to public service..."

-Jason Gonzalez '14

I was the first student to declare the Nonprofit Studies minor in Fall of 2013, and since then I've held an internship and temp position at Doctors Without Borders' USA Headquarters, was selected as a finalist for two fellowship positions at Global Health Corps, and have been accepted to Master of Public Administration graduate programs. Having the Nonprofit Studies minor is a clear signal of my commitment to public service, an ideal trait for those entering the workforce either in public or private sectors.

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