FIU has helped a young African woman land on a path to her dream job.
In 2016 Nicholine Azirh came to FIU as part of the U.S. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs’ six-week Mandela Washington Fellows program, which aims to develop young African leaders through coursework, site visits and networking opportunities. FIU has for four years running served as one of about three dozen host universities across the country and the only one in Florida.
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