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Megan Harper: Where are they now?

March 4th, 2019, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Megan Harper Placement: Booker Washington Institute & Post-Secondary Professional Program, Kakata, Margibi County, Liberia Class: 4 (2017-18) What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. I am currently a graduate student at Texas A & M studying for a Master of Science in Agricultural Economics. Day to day […]

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Cody Jones: Where are they now?

March 4th, 2019, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Cody Jones Placement: OB Junior High School, Obomofodensua, Eastern Region, Ghana Class: 2 (2015-16) What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. Today I raise livestock, my main focus is producing profitable pounds of meat from pasture. I currently raise and sell low input registered Black Angus cattle […]

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Dustin Homan: Where are they now?

February 25th, 2019, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Dustin Homan Placement: 4-H Ghana Office, Koforidua, Eastern Region, Ghana Class: 1 (2014-15) What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. I am a Program Manager for Ohio State University Extension – 4-H Youth Development. Part of my role is to help start and sustain 4-H-like organizations in […]

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