It was an experience with a thief that sparked Marsha Swaby’s interest in an immigration career.
Once, while she was on a trip outside of Canada, Marsha had her personal documents stolen. Her ID and other important papers were gone, and she had to find her way through the bureaucratic process of getting them back.
That’s when she decided she wanted to help others facing similar problems.
Marsha signed up for Herzing’s Immigration Case Manager program, completed her internship, and landed a job as a legal services associate even before she graduated.
We spoke to Marsha to get her thoughts on the program and how it has shaped her career path.
Here’s what she had to say.