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Anna Devathasan is a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws graduate. She is now employed as a crown prosecutor.
Amiria Goodenough is a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) graduate and now works as a social worker in West Auckland.
Gabriel Long is a Bachelor of Arts graduate. He is now at Air New Zealand as the manager of their digital channel for Southeast Asia.
Michael Cheng has a Bachelor of Science in Physics and a Master of Science (Honours) in Optics. He is now a senior project scientist at International Earth Sciences Ltd.
Charlie Tseng is a Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours) graduate. He is now a resource consent planner at Auckland Council.
Andrew McLaren is a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) graduate, with a major in Mechatronics Engineering. He is now a mechanical design engineer at Halter.
Bhavya Dhar is a Bachelor of Health Sciences graduate. She is now employed as a business analyst/evaluation officer.
Aana is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate, double majoring in International Business and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She’s now a product manager at Roam.
Elloise Jennings is studying towards a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies conjoint degree. She plans to work overseas in urban design.
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