RPCV/W is excited to announce that it will be adopting the RPCV Mentoring Program (http://mentoring.peacecorpsconnect.org/). The RPCV Mentoring Program was previously coordinated by Josh Gill with support from the National Peace Corps Association.
As we transition the program to RPCV/W, we are looking for members who are interested in: 1) forming a committee to develop and implement a transition plan for the adoption of the Mentorship Program 2) a Mentorship Coordinator (or co-Coordinators) who will help match mentors and mentees who participate in this program.
If you are interested in learning more, please attend our information session. If you are interested in helping coordinate the program during the transition, please attend the mentorship database training. Questions? Please email Outreach Director, Courtney Dunham, at firstname.lastname@example.org.Info Session: Thursday, October 30 from 6-6:45 PMMentorship Database Training: Thursday, October 40 from 6:45-7:30 PMWHENOctober 30, 2014 at 6pmWHEREPartners of the Americas
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Washington, DC 20005
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Courtney Dunham served as a Protected Areas Management Volunteer in La Campa, Lempira, Honduras from 2007-2009. Her projects included constructing ecological stoves with a women’s group, teaching health and environmental education, and facilitating income generation and eco-tourism opportunities with traditional Lencan pottery makers.
After Peace Corps, Courtney worked at USAID/Honduras in Tegucigalpa from 2009-2010. She is currently a Research Assistant at The George Washington (GW) University Department of Health Policy and is also pursuing an MPH at GW. Her career interests are program evaluation of nutrition and food security interventions. Originally from Eugene, Oregon, Courtney enjoys running, tennis, and all outdoor activities.
Previous Board Positions: Outreach, '13-'14