[Community-service] new member
michellem86 at gmail.com
Wed May 5 18:10:30 UTC 2010
How did you get involved in AmeriCorps if you don't mind me asking?
As I posted before, I'm actually interested in being an Aid Worker,
but until I can get the proper college classes, languages & health
insurance for being out of the country, I'd like to at least be able
to do something here.
On 5/5/10, Darian Smith <dsmithnfb at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello and Welcome! to the both of you.
> My name is Darian Smith and I am from california.
> I've been quite busy with regards to school and health and other things.
> I am a student at a community college in san francisco and
> currently serve as a board member with the national association of
> blind students/co-chair for the division's membership committee.
> I am an alumni of the National civilian Community corps- an
> AmeriCorps program, where I took part in service projects all over
> the country.
> I'm excited that there are people interested in community service and
> are willing to share their expiriences
> On 5/4/10, Michelle Medina <michellem86 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Serena,
>> I'm a new member here to, I was wondering if anyone else was around
>> since it's been so quiet!
>> It's great to hear that you're doing so well in your studies!
>> I myself know what I want to do, but I'm not sure how to get there yet.
>> I want to become an Aid Worker, but I'm not sure what classes I should
>> take in college or which languages I should learn. I've just joined an
>> Aid Workers website to get some tips & have emailed one of the NFB's
>> division heads to ask for some advice.
>> Nice to meet you,
>> On 5/4/10, Serena <serenacucco at verizon.net> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm sure many of you know of me from other NFB lists. For those who
>>> I'm Serena Cucco from NJ. I graduated from Manhattanville College (in
>>> York State) in 2007 with my BA in Sociology with a concentration in
>>> Justice. For 2 years, I worked through Americorps at the Public
>>> Office, placing Public Defender clients into drug rehab programs. The
>>> community service experience was extremely rewarding--I still volunteer
>>> there while I'm job hunting! This fall, I'll start graduate school at
>>> Rutgers University (Newark campus) to get my masters degree in Social
>> Goren & Eames no more??? (cry)!!!
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Goren & Eames no more??? (cry)!!!
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