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Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone

Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone

Mel Nagashima ’22 worked with immigrant families through the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center during his time in the Semester-in-the-City program, and that ultimately pushed him to pursue work in the field of nonprofit communications, where he landed a full-time job after graduation with the... Read More

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