Political Science Major Trusted Gut in Finding Global Education Career

Felicia Ong ’15, second from left, poses with New York high school students participating in her nonprofit program
Felicia Ong ’15, second from left, poses with New York high school students participating in her nonprofit program on a trip to Bonao, Dominican Republic. (Felicia Ong/courtesy photo)

By Felicia Ong ’15, a community engagement specialist for Global Glimpse. She was a double major in political science and communication, with double minors in professional writing and global and international studies.

"The biggest piece of advice about career choices I would give to all students is don’t be afraid to trust your gut, even if it means trying new things.

As a first-generation college student, this was a hard lesson for me to learn as my family and community had such a high expectation of success for me."

Read the full blog at UC Davis What Can I Do With My Major? 

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