Maggie Bove-LaMonica, Assistant Director, Family of Schools-Loyola Marymount University, will visit with Loyola University New Orleans students during an Information Session on Thursday, October 25 at 12:30 p.m. in Multi Media Room 2 in the Monroe Library.  Maggie will discuss how programs like the Peace Corp and PLACE Corp (Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education) can provide domestic post graduate teaching programs that impacts community.  The talk is open to all students who are interested in learning more about the Peace Corp and PLACE Corp. Maggie will discuss her experience in both and provide answers to students who are considering applying.

Maggie’s professional career has always been in the field of education.  A graduate of Loyola University New Orleans, Ms. Bove-LaMonica began her career while servicing in the Peace Corp, where she worked in Youth Development in a town in central Morocco.  Maggie returned from her time abroad to work at Verbum Dei, an all-boys high school in South Central Los Angeles, where, aside from teaching, she coached the Soccer and Cross-Country teams, and managed the schools Community Service Program.  Since leaving the classroom she dedicates her time to working on Education Policy in Los Angeles.  Ms Bove-LaMonica has a Master’s in Secondary Education from Loyola Marymount, a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harris School at the University of Chicago, and is currently pursuing a law degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.  She is also an alumna of Education Pioneers, Bay Area.  Her commitment and passion remain to fix the inequity and inequality in education among populations that differ by economic strata, ethnicity and location.

Contact the Career Development Center at career@loyno.edu or 504.865.3860 if you have questions about this event.

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