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High school: Torah Academy of Milwaukee Seminary: Machon Raaya Major: English; Minor: Education Future career: English teacher or editor
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Major: AccountingClass of 2017
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Major: Digital Multimedia DesignClass of 2017
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At first Dina Beck-Billig wanted to be a doctor, but after careful consideration she decided to find an alternative path. It wasn’t that the prospect of a career in medicine didn’t excite her anymore; it did. Rather, she couldn’t see herself waiting to get through medical school and the prolonged road to becoming a licensed physician when she wanted to get started on the path to helping people right away.
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1)      Where do you teach? What classes are you teaching this semester? I teach six courses at Lander College for Women–Legal Principles, American Politics, State and Local Government and classes on the three branches of government—Executive, Legislative and Judicial.
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Bita Goldman, general counsel and corporate vice president of Quantum Networks, one of Amazon’s leading e-commerce retailers, knows what trait she likes in Touro graduates: tenacity.
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High School: Mesorah Seminary: Ateres Major: Management, with a concentration in Marketing
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Ms. Esther Rosenfeld, a proud member of the Touro College staff and a Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) alumna, gave a fascinating lunchtime lecture yesterday entitled “Capes & Courage: What it takes to be a Jewish Superhero.” Ms. Rosenfeld’s shared modern myths, timeless tales, and stories about the American Jews who created the superhero comics widely known and loved.
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High school: Shevach Seminary: Meohr Bais Yaakov Major: Biology
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Most people think of the summer as a time to relax. Not these Lander College for Women (LCW) students. We spoke with five students at LCW who took advantage of their time off to pursue their hobbies and future careers. Whether it was working in hospitals in Thailand or an internship at Israel’s Consul General, these LCW students ensured that they made the most out of their vacation.