Rick Schneider received his bachelor’s degree in International Studies and History in December 2014 from Texas State University. He continued his education at Texas State University in the International Studies Master’s Program, focusing primarily on U.S. foreign policy and refugee studies. Mr. Schneider traveled to Cambodia in the summer of 2016 to teach English at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. Upon graduation from Texas State, Mr. Schneider worked as a Landlord Outreach Specialist for Caritas of Austin, a refugee resettlement program in Central Texas. Mr. Schneider identified housing opportunities for refugees and built relationships in the community to foster support and understanding for Caritas refugee clients in the Greater Austin Area. Mr. Schneider is currently interning with the U.S. State Department e-intern program, working on human rights and trafficking in persons issues with the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. At Villanova Law, Mr. Schneider is the Section B 1L Rep for the International Law Society, and a current member of the Pro Bono and PIFP societies.