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There are a multitude of reasons to study political science. One can, in fact, apply their degree toward a career in governmental office. Or, they can use it as the foundation for law school. Some people just want to know how the “system” works before they go out into the real world and try and find their niche. As for Chicago native and current Toronto-area resident Tamar Becker-Weisbrod, she simply wanted to make a difference, and after completing her undergraduate tenure in Poli-Sci at Touro’s Lander College for Women, acquired her Masters in Public Policy and Administration at Toronto’s Ryserson University. Today, she’s a Policy Advisor for the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation. That trajectory isn’t exactly how she pictured it in grade school, but the result is precisely what she’d been aspiring for. 
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High school: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High SchoolTransferred from: University of Central Florida
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High school: Ateres Bais Yaakov
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High school: Hopkins High SchoolSeminary: Sharfmans
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High school: Rav Yosef Caro SchoolSeminary: Halijot – a 4 month Masa program for Spanish speakers based in Jerusalem.
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High school: Shalhevet Girls High SchoolSeminary: Seminar
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High school: Hanna Sacks Bais Yaakov Girls High SchoolSeminary: Michlalah
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This week, Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School opened its doors to the incoming class of 2015.
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Now that finals are over, winter break is in session, and the spring semester is almost upon us at Lander College for Women, we asked four seniors to share a bit about their backgrounds, future career plans, and what they\'ll miss most about Touro. Take a few seconds to meet Shira, Shoshana, Miryam, and Esther, and you\'ll see why they represent everything that\'s uniquely LCW.
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High school: Wakeland High SchoolSeminary: Sharfmans