America's Unofficial Ambassadors

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Deborah Carey featured on Pink Pangea

AUA Summer Service Intern Deborah Carey, who is on now on the ground in Zanzibar, Tanzania, shares her thoughts in her pre-departure blog post about what service means to her. 

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This post was originally featured by Pink Pangea.

Hujambo! My name is Deborah Carey, and in just a few hours I will be leaving sunny Florida for (even sunnier) Zanzibar to serve as an “Unofficial Ambassador.” My placement is ZAYEDESA, a non-profit that works in many facets of development, including sustainable agriculture, business entrepreneurship, HIV/AIDS, and education. I will be doing communications and social networking outreach, to broaden ZAYEDESA’s online platform and assist them in making English materials.”

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