Other fields in which our graduates put their skills to use

Epeli (Abel) Lalagavesi, Advocate for Inclusive Education

Epeli Lalagavesi graduated from USP with a BA in Linguistics and Journalism in 2021. While studying, he got involved in all walks of life from being a buddy at the Disability Resource Centre to helping run the student Journalism Association to crewing on the Uto ni Yalo. He was then given an Australia Awards scholarship to pursue an MA in Disability Policy and Practice at Flinders University. He later plans to work in the Disability and Social Inclusion space especially in the education sector.

Kinisimere Saratibau (Child Protection Programme Assistant and Facilitator)

Kinisimere Saratibau graduated with a BA in Literature/Language in 2019. She first used her skills and qualification to secure work teaching English as a second language to international students in a private language school. Kinisimere now works as a programmes assistant at the Pacific Conference of Churches, one of the oldest NGOs in the region and the peak ecumenical body with members in 18 Pacific Island Countries, doing groundbreaking work in child protection.

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