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Kyle Chin Starts his Transportation Career as Desktop Analyst at Esri

Monday, December 16, 2019

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are an integral part of the transportation industry, and more and more students are becoming advanced GIS specialists. Meet one such student, Kyle Chin, now a recent graduate of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), who has successfully started his career at Esri, a GIS technology company with offices across the nation, as a desktop analyst.  Chin completed a Master of Science in Geographic Information Science this past Fall. His Professor ...

Meet Joceline Suhaimi - Young Transportation Engineer Leader from UCLA

Sunday, December 15, 2019

We are thrilled to feature Joceline Suhaimi - a 4th-year undergraduate student from UCLA with impressive accomplishments. Suhaimi is the current President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) at UCLA and an Executive Assistant at UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies. Suhaimi is a UCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering major, with a minor in Urban Planning minor. She believes that transportation is a basic human need, and she remembers that she first became interested in transportation ...

Transportation Student Joelle Montier Makes a Difference for LA Commuters

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

In Spring 2019, the USC Price Offices of Development and of Career Services presented a new summer fellowship program to commemorate the 90th anniversary of USC Price School of Public Policy. Names the Public-Private Partnership (P3) Fellows Program, it was designed as a high-impact career development initiative to provide substantive work and mentorship for student Fellows during Summer and Fall 2019.The program fully-funded ten Price Masters and upper level Undergraduate students to pursue private ...

USC Graduate Student Jacqueline Reyes' experience at LADOT through the P3 Fellows Program

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

In February 2019, the Office of Development and the Office of Career Services presented a new fellowship program to commemorate the 90th anniversary of USC Price School of Public Policy. The Public-Private Partnership (P3) Fellows Program was designed as a high-impact career development initiative that provides substantive work and mentorship for the selected Fellows during Summer and Fall 2019. The program fully-funded 10 Price Masters and upper-level undergraduate students to pursue private and ...