From Homeless Youth to High School Grads

While Nina Torres ’16 was studying human rights law and globalization in USF’s Master in Human Rights Education program, she was also working full-time at San Francisco’s Larkin Street Youth Services, tutoring at-risk and homeless youth for the GED exam and teaching them job interview skills.

The alumna, who now works at the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles, came back to San Francisco in July to celebrate the high school graduations of five of her former students.