4 Truths About Taking a Gap Year

Compiled by Project Horseshoe Farm Fellows ‘15-’16 and written by Melissa Luong Melissa Luong recently graduated from Binghamton University. She is now pursuing a one-year fellowship at Project Horseshoe Farm in Greensboro, Alabama before entering graduate school next fall.  Fellows at Project Horseshoe Farm pursue a one or two year gap-year fellowship serving vulnerable community members by […]

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Transitioning from College to Career: Never Too Early for Great Advice

Sheila Lynch joined the Wasserman Center in 2009 and is currently serving as an Assistant Director. A longtime member of the campus community, Sheila received her B.A. in Psychology from NYU’s College of Arts and Science and is currently pursuing her M.A. in NYU Steinhardt’s Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness program. It’s the one […]

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