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Success Story: Amy Saz
ENMU-Roswell Graduate, 2014
Amy Saz was born in San Francisco, raised in El Salvador, attended high school in Las Cruces, and graduated from ENMU-Roswell in 2014. Amy is also now a graduate of Cornell University in New York. She completed a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations in 2016 and is continuing her studies towards a master’s degree.
She said she never considered attending an Ivy League university until she received a letter from Cornell inviting her to apply for admission. She submitted an application, two essays, and three letters of recommendation. She then completed a phone interview and was accepted into Cornell, often called the “first American university.” Both a private university and the land-grant institution of New York State, Cornell University is the most educationally diverse member of the Ivy League.
Amy would like to help people gain labor equality in the workplace. “I’ve seen poverty with my own eyes and I want to make an impact. I want to make a change.”