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Interview – Chelsea Stine

Chelsea Stine

Chelsea Stine (2011)  just completed her commitment as a Teach for America Corps Member and special education teacher, in New York, New York. Watch Chelsea talk about her experience and her passion for AmericaCorp and Teach for America here.

Human Services and International Affairs

After having a few other majors I found out about the International Affairs program which was interesting to me because of the focus on international organizations and non profits. After being in that program for a semester I took an intro to Human Service class which immediately caught my interest. This was a field that seemed to incorporate everything that interested me including direct service work, hands on learning, mental health, and policy. Also as I progressed in the Major I learned that Human Services offered a diverse array of possible jobs and fields that I could pursue. Also, I found the department to be welcoming and helpful when talking to me about the major and what opportunities I could explore within the program.

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