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Challenges

Two kids came to week three of the summer reading program at Eversham Primary. Two. The program was supposed to be four weeks long. I started off with about twenty kids, then thirteen, which then dwindled down to about seven. 771 more words

Peace Corps

Celebrate Alberta’s Star Volunteers

Do you know someone who’s made a difference in the community? Someone who went way above and beyond to improve the well-being of the community and fellow community-members? 234 more words

ABCulture

Volunteering Leads to Better Health?

Marilyn Gardner Milton’s Latest Blog Post

A recently released study from the Rotman Research Institute has shown that the effects of volunteering go beyond just feeling better and happier about yourself, they affect your health as well! 257 more words

Marilyn Gardner Milton

College Sexual Assaults Are Finally Being Taken Seriously.

Marilyn Gardner Milton’s Latest Blog Post

There’s no denying that one of the largest failings of our entire educational system in the recent years has been the failure to enforce punishment against sexual crimes and the complete lack of care and understand for the victims who are usually forced to continue to go to school with their attacker. 231 more words

Marilyn Gardner Milton

For Miriam Villatoro, Dreams Have No Bounds!

Miriam Villatoro has demonstrated that dreams have no bounds when there is a positive attitude and a desire to find the means to move forward. 441 more words

Desarrollo

The Library Project

Term 2 ended a few weeks ago, and now I’m on term break. I can honestly say that Term 1 was mostly a learning experience, and that in this term I’ve finally been able to set my feet on the ground and get my projects moving forward. 845 more words

Peace Corps

In the Dark Again

“There will be no storm”

Coming back to the house for lunch I met a meter reader from Umeme, the national electricity company, at the gate. 549 more words

Africa