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March 22, 2013
In an effort to attain an associate degree, I completed the program in the Library Technology at Diablo Valley College in 2011. The bulk of the program taught me the fundamentals of data management and part of the program allowed me to do my internship at the Interfaith Peace Project Library in Antioch in which I catalogued their collection of 4,000 theological, philosophical, and scientific books and magazines into an Excel database. Although I initially thought the experience there was to gain school credit, I was surprised to find that the time I had at the Interfaith Center far transformed me in more ways than just academic. Father Tom Bonacci, June Kirk, and the staff of the Interfaith center created in me a newfound respect and love for world religions. I quickly came to the realization that organizations like the Interfaith Peace Project are so essential for creating peace among world's religions, fostering dialogue among practitioners of various religious faiths, and offering a santuary for quiet reflection, meditation, and study. The Interfaith Peace Project is so essential in this day and age of pluralism and religious diversity.
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