Claudia Saavedra (Fall ‘17 Fellow) is now a graduate student at Rutgers University-Newark. She recently had the opportunity to attend the Forbes Under 30 Summit, so we caught up with her to find out how she was able to snag that awesome opportunity and what her experience was like.
Attending a career fair can be exciting and extremely nerve-racking at the same time. Read about Jimmy Vo’s undercover experience at his campus career fair and check out his tips for mastering your next career fair.
Martin Tran’s values and strengths are paving the way for his future. He’s learned valuable lessons from his family about leadership, networking, and team building. Read about Martin’s story and his passion for helping students find beneficial programs and resources at the library.
Lupe Ruiz, a proud member of Braven’s first class of Fellows at National Louis University, made a commitment to herself that she would work extremely hard to chase after her dreams and live her legacy. That’s exactly why she enrolled at National Louis University. Read her story.
Ashley Delgado, 2018 Fellow, has a passion for feminism and was determined to find a networking event surrounding women empowerment. Read about her experience at WIN – Women in Leadership Panel — a dynamic discussion for women that are leading in various industries.
Sanjana Shetty, Fall 2016 Braven Fellow at San Jose State University, interned as a Software Engineer NASA. Read about her incredible experience pursuing STEM and working in the Human-Computer Interaction Department at NASA.
Alex Su reflects on the role mock interviewing has played in his journey.
Christina Arredondo, Spring 2016 Braven Fellow at SJSU, Student Advocate Counselor, Irving Independent School District is living her legacy.
Besides Braven being the best fellowship on campus, here are other reasons you should join us and become the next generation of leaders….
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, take a look at Fall 2016 Fellow, Cinthya Ortiz’s Blog – “Growing up, this country constantly reminded me that I needed to “echarle ganas” to achieve the same goals as my peers. And even though this country celebrates Hispanic History Month, I was constantly reminded that I was different, solely my documentation status.”