By Susan Gill Vardon | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: February 6, 2019 at 10:57 am | UPDATED: February 6, 2019 at 10:57 am As an intern to then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Tori Hust stood among the protesters during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearings and with the thousands of people lined up waiting to pay their final respects to the late Sen. John McCain. She worked with senior advisers on health care and the budget and sat in on two “kitchen cabinet” meetings, a rarity for interns. “There was never a slow day in that office,” said Hust, 20, who as Cal State Fullerton’s Panetta Scholar was in the nation’s capital from Aug. 18 to Nov. 3. The Panetta Congressional Internship program selects one student from each of the 23 CSU campuses to send to Washington, D.C., where they intern for a California member of Congress. The student must be recommended by the university president and cabinet. “For me, it … [Read more...] about CSUF Pelosi intern solidifies her career goals in Washington, D.C.
Career political science degree
Gone are the days when the Humanities students had a limited scope and options in career fields after completing 12th. A plethora of opportunities awaits Arts students if they have knowledge in subjects like English, Political Science, Geography, History, and Economics. Arts is indeed a very diverse field and the students belonging to this discipline can make their career in a variety of fields including- law, journalism, fashion, marketing, aviation or other professional courses and even business setups. Below is the list of Career options and courses available for Class 12th Humanities stream, to have a good professional life: Humanities and Social Sciences Bachelors of Humanities and Social Sciences( BA) is an Undergraduate program covered over a duration of 3 years. One should have a minimum of 50% from an authorized board in the Arts stream for this course. Sociology Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Sociology is a 3 years Undergraduate program for 12th Arts students. For admissions into … [Read more...] about Courses and Career Options after Class 12 in Arts & Humanities
By Robert Salonga | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: December 25, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: December 25, 2018 at 6:04 am For Audra Ibarra, becoming a judge is about continuing a lifetime of community service instilled in her at childhood. Her father, a career public-university professor in computer science, passed up lucrative corporate jobs in the exploding tech industry of the 1980s and 1990s, to keep teaching. “Public service is in my core,” Ibarra said. “What really matters to me is giving back and being part of the community and the bigger picture. I really miss that feeling where my only job is to do good in the world.” Her appointment to the Santa Clara County bench this month by outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown doesn’t just mark a return to public work for the 49-year-old attorney, it sets a notable milestone that might be surprising in a region where diversity is a cultural hallmark. Ibarra is the first Filipino-American … [Read more...] about New Santa Clara County judge sets diversity milestone as she continues career in service
By Fernando Ramirez Updated 1:30 pm CDT, Tuesday, October 2, 2018 >>> See the best Texas colleges for each degree, from music to engineering >>> See the best Texas colleges for each degree, from music to engineering Photo: Michael Paulsen, Staff Accounting/finance Top college: Southern Methodist University Runner-up: University of Texas at Austin Accounting/finance Top college: Southern Methodist University Runner-up: University of Texas at Austin Photo: Brian Harkin/Getty Images Agricultural Sciences Top college: Texas A&M University Runner-up: Texas Tech University Agricultural Sciences Top college: Texas A&M University Runner-up: Texas Tech University Photo: Credit: Wesley Hitt / … [Read more...] about So what’s your major? The best Texas colleges for each degree
Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg 3:00 am PDT, Thursday, September 20, 2018 FILE – In this Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011 file photo, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus speaks at a Zynga event, in San Francisco. Pincus initially described Win the Future, or WTF, as “a new movement and force within the Democratic Party, which can act like its own virtual party.” less FILE – In this Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011 file photo, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus speaks at a Zynga event, in San Francisco. Pincus initially described Win the Future, or WTF, as “a new movement and force within the ... more Photo: Jeff Chiu, Associated Press Samantha Bee, the executive producer and host of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, launched a trivia app in hopes of getting you engaged in the upcoming election. Bee’s app — This is Not a Game: The Game — crashed almost immediately, and was broken for days. … [Read more...] about Inside a failed Silicon Valley attempt to reinvent politics