AgriCorps connects American Agriculture professionals to the demand for experiential, school-based, agricultural education in developing countries.

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


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


Globally minded American agriculture professionals with experience living abroad


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Sarah Tweeten: Where are they now?

February 14th, 2019, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Sarah Tweeten Placement: Kumbungu Senior High School, Kumbungu, Northern Region, Ghana Class: 2 (2015-16) What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. I now work for Cerro Gordo County Farm Bureau in northern Iowa where I serve as the Office Administrator. In addition to my daily administrative duties, […]

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Mark Rippke: Where are they now?

February 13th, 2019, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Mark Rippke Placement: Buipe Senior High School, Buipe, Northern Region, Ghana Class: 3 (2016-17) What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. I’m currently working seasonal jobs in wine production. Last fall, I worked at Alta Colina winery in Paso Robles, California and currently working at Sileni Wines […]

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AgriCorps Expands Mission to Advocate for International Agricultural Education

January 22nd, 2019, AgriCorps

WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 22, 2019) — After five years of successful impact, AgriCorps is expanding its mission to better advocate for school-based agricultural education as a means to fight hunger and poverty in developing countries. In partnership with 4-H Ghana and 4-H Liberia, AgriCorps has demonstrated that youth are an effective entry point into a […]

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