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Bledsoe finds his niche as multicultural advocate
December 3, 2004

For nearly five years, James Bledsoe has worked to serve multicultural students at Washington State University. After about a year as coordinator of multi-ethnic relations in the Admissions Office, he recently was hired by the Office of Multicultural Student Services as counselor in the African American Student Center. The new job is a coming home of sorts, since Bledsoe worked as a recruiter in MSS for three years before transferring to Admissions.“After working as a recruiter for about four or five years and helping students come to this university, it’s very nice to now be able to help them achieve academic success,” said Bledsoe.“The fact … » More …