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A growing process.

August 3rd, 2017, Kelsey Knight

In this line of work, it can be difficult to measure what your work is actually supposed to be. You get dropped off in a village and despite your preparation, you have no idea what you’re doing.  In addition, you are expected to create some measurable outcome when realistically there are very few ways to […]

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Speaking Up.

August 3rd, 2017, Kelsey Knight

Back in May, I held a leadership training for my 4-H club officers. It went well for the most part, but I was struck by how shy the officers were—especially the president. The last club president, Ruhiya, was an intense third-year student who had no trouble stirring up her classmates for meetings and the like. […]

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Ghana meets Ripon Christian FFA

August 3rd, 2017, Kelsey Knight

    It has been three years since my team of AgriCorps Fellows set out for our training in Texas – a whirlwind of adventure ensued over the following year and has kept me swept up in travels since first being recruited to AgriCorps in the spring of 2014. After completing my year of service […]

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