Monday, August 27, 2012
11 Aztecs Achieve Over Summer
A diverse group of Aztecs share their summer internships, travels abroad and community service experiences.
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What Did Aztecs Do This Summer?
Rozul, a senior studying public relations, is the lieutenant governor of Circle K, an international collegiate community service organization. Rozul is in charge of eight colleges in San Diego and Hawaii. This summer, he attended a national conference in Louisiana, where he came home with an award for his service.
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This summer, San Diego State University students didn't just hang out on the couch — far from it, actually.
Some traveled the world for prestigious internships, exciting study abroad opportunities and community service programs. Others found unique experiences in San Diego. They all shared a desire to make the most out of their time this summer.
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