As Rob Gulick immerses himself in fieldwork with TechnoServe, a social enterprise assisting entrepreneurs in developing countries in small business development, he realizes that co-oping in Guatemala is a valuable opportunity and the right choice.
Read about Sarah Elmes and how she turned a volunteer position while studying abroad in Costa Rica to an international co-op opportunity
The evening of January 24 found over 100 students from diverse disciplines gathered to hear from Barrett Prinz, the Global Human Resources and Legal Manager […]
Tim Spittle’s journey in social entrepreneurship and global health advocacy took him from biking across the US for FACE AIDS, to working for Esperanza in the Dominican Republic, culminating in a student leadership trip to Rwanda.
Read about Gwen Kidera’s co-op with the Miriam Kanana Mubichi Foundation (MKMF), a non-profit focused primarily on public health and education and discover how one co-op can take you from planning lessons and teaching health classes to starting after-school reading programs.