Native Village Youth and
May 1, 2009 Issue 198
1st Graduate Plans to Give Back
Arizona: Candace Begody wears many hats at the University of Arizona. Among her accomplishments:
A senior with a major in journalism and minor in
American Indian Studies;
For Candace, however, the
accomplishment she holds closest to her heart is
graduating in May, 2010 and becoming a first-generation college graduate.
"One of my mentors told me it takes a village to raise a
child and it took a lot of people to help me get to
where I am today," she said.
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