Kweku Brewoo was drawn to pursue CES and International Studies degrees by his desire to someday work for the United Nations. At CALS he was nurtured by inspiring professors who served as both teachers and mentors, he says, taking the time to talk about his goals and share stories of their own career paths. Upon graduating, Brewoo took part in a study abroad program in China. He then worked as a financial specialist with the UW–Madison College of Letters and Science, hoping to develop skills and understanding of financial components that could one day serve him at the United Nations. He recently accepted a position with the Department of Educational Psychology in the School of Education and plans to earn a master’s degree in public health. Brewoo wants to have a positive influence on people and communities in the same way he was inspired and mentored at CALS.