Hello, I'm Professor Leslie Gilo-Jacobs, coming to you from Sacramento.
As you well know, what's so great about McGeorge? Well, almost everything. It's here in Sacramento with the beautiful sunshine outside. So even if we're on house arrest at this point, you can walk outside around the park that's right nearby, see a bunch of people out and keep your social distance.
What have we also got it make George this wonderful. It's a capital Center for Law and Policy. I'm the director of that. So we have all sorts of externships that our students can do we have an alumni base. I'm getting emails from one of our alums who is also one of the adjunct professors at top lobbyists. And guy who analyzes all the California laws he's sending info every day and keeping in touch, keeping in touch with the students as well.
Why choose McGeorge? Why did I choose it? Well, once again, here it is in California and it's in the capital City of California, which is just a fantastic place to be both for me as a professor, but for students as well because of all the opportunities. You can do an externship in the morning, come back in the afternoon to class, and then head out to one of our events around the Capitol for the evening.
The capital Center has all sorts of nice things going on for students. One thing that we've started of particular interest this year is the herb garden, right across the street and kind of couple blocks from McGeorge we get together with students in a small kind of setting. And then alums who are in capital, loitering careers, lobbyists, staffers, election lawyers, and they sit down at a table and talk to the students about opportunities and what's going on.
So in any event, so nice to be able to talk to you.