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Young leaders in developing countries committed to farming as a science and a business

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Food security in developing countries through improved agriculture production and value chains

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Globally minded American agriculture professionals with experience living abroad



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Equity vs. Equality

February 1st, 2016, AgriCorps

Writing about gender is hard. Growing up, I was exposed to successful females of almost every occupation. Very few people ever told me “You can’t do that because you’re a girl.” If someone did say those things, I usually just did it anyway. I was allowed to develop my own sense of empowerment and independence. […]

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Ghana Girl

January 25th, 2016, AgriCorps

After an incredible Christmas break with my friends, family, and Taco Bell, I am back in Ghana. My school looks the same as I left it. My classroom looks the same as I left it. But my entrance into the class for the new term was different.  In Ghana, the term “I have missed you” […]

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Connecting the Dots

January 19th, 2016, AgriCorps

We’ve all heard the quote “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. I’ve found these words to ring true time and time again. In college there was always a huge emphasis on networking and how those skills and connections can carry over to your professional career. I’m really not sure why I thought […]

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