Posted by Becca Schoen
On February 10, I had the opportunity to represent JF&CS at Brandeis University’s third annual SoJust Leadership Forum, the capstone event for their weeklong “festival of social justice.”
The forum brought together alums and employees from more than 45 local and national organizations with social justice missions. An eloquent panel of alums spoke about their experiences as undergraduates, their careers, and their passions for this field of work. As a table host I spoke with groups of students about JF&CS, the social justice field, and my experience. The other table hosts ranged from executive directors and recruitment directors to founders of organizations.
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