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Vivian Williams had no idea that her civic engagement activities would directly impact her career.

Civic Engagement Leads to Career Advancement for Recent UM-Flint Graduate

  • September 30th, 2014 By: UM-Flint News

Vivian Williams taught Girl Scouts the ins and outs of using social media during her civic engagement class at UM-Flint. The experience helped open her eyes to the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan. Williams, who graduated in May, recently took a job with the organization in its downtown Flint offices.

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