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Lauren Billet

Having recently graduated with her Master of Arts in International Affairs degree, Lauren Billet discusses her “career” as both an undergrad and a grad student, and what her receipt of a Boren Fellowship meant for her future opportunities to experience more.

Lauren was the first-ever UNG recipient of a Boren Fellowship for graduate students, which provides unique funding opportunities for US graduate students to study less commonly-taught languages in world regions critical to US interests, and that are underrepresented in study abroad programs.

Just a couple days after this video was shot, Lauren received notification of her first post-graduate job! She is now the Office Manager, Internship Coordinator and Executive Assistant to the President at the Center for International Policy in Washington DC.

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