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She Doesn't Even Go Here!

So what do you do exactly?

It’s a simple question but I often have trouble answering it. Not because I don’t have an answer, but because I fear my response will never truly encapsulate what it means to be a Peace Corps volunteer here in Morocco. 1,134 more words

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A Discussion on Youth Development and Everything in Between with YearZeroSoccer

Last week I had the pleasure of joining Jon Townsend (@Jon_townsend3) and James Hart (@JimAtYearZero) on the YearZeroSoccer Podcast. We had a good discussion on topics such as coaching education, youth development and the issue of pay to play, and various other topics that have an impact on players, parents, coaches, and fans alike. 80 more words

Football

Game Report - Colne Juniors U8

Yay! We beat the weather! Fortunately Colne contacted us on Saturday so we could make alternative arrangements as any games on Maden Rec would be cancelled due to the amount of rain. 242 more words

Mini-Soccer

Voices of Harmony, Part 1

The Kids of Harmony Project

Harmony Project, a Los Angeles-based organization with national affiliates dedicated to music education for youth in low-income communities, has been recognized as one of the most effective arts-based youth interventions in the nation.  1,464 more words

Youth Development

Saturday Mornings are Best for Taking Photos

Saturday mornings are best for taking photos… especially when you get to share the morning with a group of enthusiastic youth who also want to learn more about photography. 669 more words

Adventure

"$16Bn Gas City Project Will Provide Over 4M Jobs" *Says Jonathan @ Ground-breaking Ritual In Delta

Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan has performed the ground-breaking ceremony of the more than 16 billion dollars Gas Revolution Industrial Park (GRIP), Delta State with an assurance that the project would create over four million jobs. 660 more words

News

Starting to Say Goodbye

We’re just about a month away from leaving Morocco, and the goodbyes have started. In the past week we’ve said goodbye to all our students at the Dar Chebab (youth center) and all my students at the Nedi Neswi (women’s center). 206 more words