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MBA student, engineer from Spain, serves students at Maharishi University of Management
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26 April 2013
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Alvaro Monasterio, currently an MBA student at Maharishi University of Management in the USA, studied mechanical engineering in his hometown at the University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. After completing his degree, he worked for Metro de Madrid monitoring subway construction projects.
While in college, Alvaro became a member of the international student association BEST (Board of European Students of Technology), and served as president of BEST at his alma mater.
Seven years ago, Alvaro learned Transcendental Meditation, and a year later the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi program. In 2012, Alvaro decided to take some time off work and joined the Invincible America Assembly at MUM. A week after he arrived, he decided to apply to become a student. ''Above all, I wanted to stay at MUM and be part of this community,'' Alvaro said. ''I chose to study Sustainable Business to add the values of consciousness and sustainability to my technical experience as a mechanical engineer.'' For his graduate internship, Alvaro works as the associate director of residential life, using his experience and training from BEST to oversee the campus dormitories and make sure students are comfortable.
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