One person is headed to Zambia, Africa. Another is staying put in Rochester.
They may be going in different directions but both are sharing the relief of knowing they have a job when they graduate.
More than a half dozen Rochester Institute of Technology students in the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) have already accepted positions with titles ranging from Event Planner to Imaging Science Engineer.
More than a dozen members of Women of Color, Honor and Ambition (WOCHA) took part in Alternative Spring Break programming that took some from West Virginia to New Orleans, Louisiana. Thirteen students spent their time away from the RIT campus getting some hands on learning through a variety of service projects. They learned about critical challenges in the communities they visited and made connections working with local leaders. Take a look at the programs listed below: