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One ‘incredible experience’ in India wasn’t enough for Northeastern graduate and Fulbright Scholar

Teaching is the core of Ren Birnholz’s identity. Ren’s father is a rabbi and mother a teacher in the public school system in Florida

“I wanted to be an educator for as long as I can remember,” Birnholz says.

On July 9, they will leave for India where the Northeastern graduate will spend a year teaching English in underserved communities. A Fulbright Scholarship made it all possible.

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