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Alum Connections: Sheldon Johnson
Sheldon Johnson (LSA ‘08) brings over 20 years of experience as a problem solver. As a student at U-M, he blazed his own path by creating his own major, combining his interests of African American Studies, Political Science, and Education before going on to pursue a double Master of Public Policy and Master of Divinity from Duke. Throughout his career, he has helped a variety of mission-based organizations solve complex problems, make progress on their goals, and impact the community around them. Currently, Sheldon serves as the Vice President of Community Development at Community Building Partners in Columbus, OH, where he works to develop innovative affordable housing solutions. Join us for an enriching conversation with Sheldon about pursuing purpose, the importance of serving others, and a peek into the world of community development and nonprofit leadership.
You should attend this workshop if you are:
A liberal arts and/or sciences student
Looking for insights and tips on careers and vocations that make an impact on vulnerable peoples
Interested in pursuing a career in community relations and nonprofits
What you’ll gain by attending:
Make a valuable connection with an LSA grad with experience in policy, research, community development, and nonprofit leadership
Learn more about purposeful, passion-driven careers that are based on the pursuit of equity and making a difference
Get a better understanding of the courses and outside-of-the-classroom learning opportunities that can enrich your LSA experience and education
RSVP now to reserve your spot. By signing up, you will receive an email with details on how to join this virtual workshop the morning of the session.
The LSA Opportunity Hub aims to deliver inclusive and accessible experiences and welcomes all LSA students to participate. If you require accommodations to participate in this event please contact Carla Huhn at email@example.com or 734.763.4674 so arrangements can be made.
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