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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Agricorps Reporter

Rain on a Tin Roof

October 17th, 2018, AgriCorps

It was one of the first class periods I was teaching on my own. I had spent hours meticulously working on my lesson plans, making sure each aspect of the lesson was planned out and properly prepared. My class period was to be held from 12:50 – 2:00pm, in the heat of the day. I […]

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Helping without Hurting

October 15th, 2018, AgriCorps

When I first set foot in Mensah Dawa, so many questions ran through my head simultaneously. I wondered how my life would look here, if the people would treat me well, and will the students thrive under my instruction? As we came to my small house behind the school, we passed through the primary school […]

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Now Take it to the Farmer

October 5th, 2018, AgriCorps

The suspense hung in the air as Professor Aaron Asare of the University of Cape Coast closed the novel cowpea seed presentation and it was time for the National Varietal Release and Registration Centre Committee to decide which varieties to take to the National Seed Council. Everyone shuffled outside the room as the gears behind […]

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