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Calling All UC San Diego Extension Alumni!

San Diego Magazine wants to hear from you



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Tell us about your experiences at UC San Diego Extension, what you’re up to now, and how the lessons you learned there helped you reach your goals. Did you achieve some professional advancement or a greater sense of balance in yourself? Did you find or pursue a passion project? We want to hear about it.   

Who: UC San Diego Extension alumni
What: Sharing your story
Where: Send an email to sarahs@sdmag.com
When: Right now
Why: Because we’re looking for folks to feature in an upcoming story.

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