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Aid abroad | The Ferris State Torch

Kera Halvorson, a for­mer vol­un­teer turned Peace Corps recruiter, and Katie Miller, a for­mer vol­un­teer and University of Michigan grad­u­ate join­ing Ferris’ accel­er­ated bachelor’s of nurs­ing pro­gram in May, came to talk about their time in Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan...

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Incredible Interns: Introducing Sadie

Peace Corps - Sadie Grossman has been crafting in communities, both here and abroad for over ten years. Her proudest projects have been working in the prison systems in West Africa, developing a sustainable business model for the artisanal bags, created by the artists/prisoners. Having spent two and a ...

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Go For the Food: Portland food carts cross borders - Lancaster Farming

Peace Corps - The dumplings, khinkali, come with a brief introduction from co-owner McKinze Cook, who advises diners to lift them from the doughy knot at the top, flip them and eat them from the bottom. It's an elegant solution to keeping the juices evenly layered over the filling. Eating the dough ...

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Public Enemy Number 1 - Global Health Hub: news and blogosphere aggregator

Peace Corps - By Shaun Willis | Dec. 22, 2013 The following two tabs change content below. Shaun is a graduate of Portland State University where he studied community health. In recent years he has worked on a variety of projects in South Sudan and Tanzania. In 2008 Shaun lived in China ...

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An MBA For Under A Grand? | Poets and Quants

Peace Corps - If everything goes according to plan, Laurie Pickard, 32, will earn her MBA in three years for less than $1,000. She’ll take classes from Harvard, Wharton, and Yale, among other top-tier schools. And she’ll tackle it with $0 opportunity cost by keeping her full-time job as a rural ...

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John Coyne Babbles - When Will The Peace Corps Do Something New?

Peace Corps - For example, take Emily Spiegel, a PCV today in Dangila, Ethiopia who had a blog up last week on this site. She wrote that she has a student in her English Club who has no shoes, and a twelve year-old girl who raises three siblings and walks two hours to attend school. How can the ...

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Portland food carts cross culinary borders | The Columbian

Peace Corps - A visit yields wide variety of delicious, affordable dishes McKinze Cook, co-owner of Portland food cart Kargi Gogo, shows a customer the Georgian food cart's menu on Tuesday in Portland. The many accolades earned by chefs in this city are rooted in what the land offers. (Nigel Duara/AP) ...

Dirty Russian: Everyday Slang from "What's Up?" to "F*%# Off!" Free Downloads - DownTR

Erin Coyne has held various jobs in Russia including a Peace Corps volunteer and an NGO program director in Ukraine and Armenia. She has spent more nights drinking on the streets of Moscow than she will ever admit to and filling far too much time taking long train trips through Eastern ...

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Peace Corps Writers - Fairfield University Notes 2013 Peace Corps Poetry Award Winner

Posted by John Coyne on Wednesday, October 9th 2013 Matthew Hamilton, a 2013 alumnus of the Fairfield University MFA in Creative Writing Program, has won the Peace Corps Writers 2013 Best Book of Poetry award for his first book, “The Land of the Four Rivers” (Cervena Barva Press...

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