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Bineta Diop, a Healthcare Management student originally from Senegal, has big plans for the online master's degree she's earning at WGU – and they're plans for more than a career.
Bineta plans to use the skills she's learning to work for an NGO that brings better healthcare to poor countries.
In fact, it's her passion for the well-being of children that drives her work and her pursuit of an education. She is committed to fighting child labor and begging worldwide, and her dream is a world where all children have access to a high-quality education.
"My enrollment at WGU is a living testimony that my dream is well on its way to becoming a reality," she says.
She says that as an African Muslim woman, she has had to work very hard to have access to an education, and she calls WGU her "academic heaven."
Get to know Bineta and other WGU students in the most-recent edition of the WGU Student Source electronic newsletter.
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