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Leah Sandler - AgriCorps Volunteer

Asesewa 4-H Leadership Camp

May 27th, 2015, AgriCorps

On Saturday, May 16, we were able to hold a leadership workshop for the executive committees of all the current 4-H clubs in Asesewa, Ghana. When I arrived, there were two existing clubs located at the R/C JHS, and the Presbyterian JHS. Since then, I have been able to start three other clubs located at […]

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Iowa 4-H Alum Melissa Tabke Spreads 4-H Message in Ghana

May 14th, 2015, AgriCorps

Below is an except of an article by Greg Wallace of Iowa State University about our very own Melissa Tabke.  AMES, Iowa – For Melissa Tabke, life has been an adventure. Just before heading to college at Texas Tech University in 2010, the Marcus native and Cherokee County 4-H alum was struck by a motorcycle […]

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Job Opportunity: Director of Programs in Ghana

May 1st, 2015, AgriCorps

Director of Programs in Ghana Job Description  Salary:  $35,000 – $45,000, annually, depending on level of experience and education Term: August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016. (May start earlier if available.) There would be opportunities to stay with AgriCorps in this role or other roles after July 31, 2016. Benefits: International Healthcare Insurance, Emergency […]

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