Members Kei and Rebecca cut ribbon for grand opening at Art Seeds from member Vesta Abel. Nancy checks out the store
2 days ago
Great fun at Art Seeds Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening for member Vest Abel. NAPW members cut the Ribbon and Check out the beautiful store.
2 days ago
More fun learning about the Peace Corps from amazing women changing the world.
Sep 28, 2015
Great Chapter meeting. University of Arizona Peace Corps team gave an informative and fun presentation. We learned how to carry a baby in Kenya, wear a wrap and about a rural library project.
Sep 28, 2015
Thank you for the warm welcome to my first NAPW & Tucson Chapter meeting! I look forward to connecting further. And I absolutely love the beautiful door prize I happened to win! Feeling grateful. I'll be posting more soon about upcoming events, and I look forward to supporting you all in your endeavors!
Sep 25, 2015
We have a wonderful program that will be given by women with the power to
change lives. Georgia Ehlers from the U of A and Anna Steeves-Reece, the
campus Recruiter for Peace Corps, will be our guest speakers.
This month's meeting will be Friday, September 25th at 11:30 am; Best
Western Royal Sun Restaurant, 1015 N. Stone in Tucson. Please bring 2 non
perishable items to donate to the Cross Streets Community who serve over
500 meals a week to the homeless in Tucson.
I am also looking forward to joining with other groups from the Tucson
Area to partner events. I look forward to a fun year.
Please RSVP Gale Thomssen at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 520 437-9103
Georgia Ehlers is director of the Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement. She directs the very successful UA Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows program, which has placed 330 returned volunteers in area internships, providing more than $6.5 million dollars of service to the region. Peace Corps returnees may apply to Coverdell Fellow programs around the country to attend graduate school. The Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement also supports graduate students seeking funding for studies and research.
Anna Steeves-Reece is from Eugene, OR and attended the University of Oregon. She served in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua as a Community Health volunteer from 2011-2014. Anna lived in the coffee-producing mountains of Matagalpa where she primarily focused on teaching best practices in family planning, nutrition, hygiene, pre/postnatal care, among other topics topics to women, men, and youth. Anna is currently a Peace Corps Coverdell Fellow and a dual master's candidate in Public Health and Latin American Studies.
Sep 15, 2015