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Unofficial Peace Corps Volunteer Handbook

Author : Travis Hellstrom
ISBN : 9780557570980
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When The World Calls

Author : Stanley Meisler
ISBN : 9780807050491
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89. 27 MB
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Presents a history of the Peace Corp and exposes Washington infighting, presidential influence, and the struggles volunteers faced abroad.

Peace Corps Experience

Author : Lawrence F. Lihosit
ISBN : 9781469760902
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 54. 55 MB
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Tell your Peace Corps story, but first study this book. Robert Klein, Peace Corps Oral History Project, Kennedy Library The ultimate how-to book for former Peace Corps volunteers and staff who have hesitated to write about their own experience. This book explains what a memoir is, how to write, publish and promote.

Peace Corps Times

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ISBN : UOM:39015052826636
Genre : Peace Corps (U.S.)
File Size : 46. 29 MB
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Peace Corps Handbook

Author : Action, Inc
ISBN : UOM:39015007040382
Genre : Technical assistance, American
File Size : 54. 77 MB
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Action Peace Corps Handbook Spring 1974

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ISBN : UIUC:30112051845250
Genre : Technical assistance, American
File Size : 33. 81 MB
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Journal Of College Placement

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ISBN : UVA:X030715488
Genre : Employment agencies
File Size : 21. 31 MB
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Resources In Education Rie Abstracts 1990

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ISBN : 0897746325
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File Size : 55. 90 MB
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Field Guide To Environmental Engineering For Development Workers

Author : James R. Mihelcic
ISBN : 0784409854
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 65. 95 MB
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Throughout the world, and even in the United States, engineers are tackling the challenges of sustainable development and public health challenges that engineers are uniquely qualified to address. Yet engineers working abroad on development projects often lack the knowledge and information to design, plan, construct, operate, and maintain technology that is culturally, economically, and geographically appropriate technology that takes into account gender, does not use significant amounts of fossil fuels, accounts for environmental conditions like water scarcity, and uses local construction materials. This readable and fully illustrated guide is a complete handbook for international engineering service projects that involve water supply and treatment, watersheds, sanitation systems, and indoor air quality. It provides the tools necessary to implement the right technology in developing regions around the world. The authors introduce sustainable engineering and explain how environmental engineering fosters public health, with an emphasis on the relationship between community participation and the success of an engineering project. In addition, this book covers topographical surveying, project planning, watershed management, and construction materials and techniques. Specific technical guidance is offered for the design and construction of multiple systems for water supply, water and wastewater treatment, and flood storage and drainage, as well as solid waste management and indoor air quality improvement. This book is a valuable resource for engineering students, faculty, and practitioners involved with programs like Engineers without Borders, Water for People, and Engineers for a Sustainable World, as well as those affiliated with government groups, international agencies, and charitable organizations. James R. Mihelcic, Ph.D., BCEEM, is a professor of civil and environmental engineering, a state of Florida 21st Century World Class Scholar, and director of the Master s International Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of South Florida. Lauren M. Fry is a doctoral candidate in environmental engineering at Michigan Technological University. Elizabeth A. Myre has managed water, sanitation, and renewable energy projects with NGOs in Haiti and Guatemala. Linda D. Phillips, P.E., P.M.P, C.D.T., is a lecturer and Patel Associate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and director of the International Capstone Design (ICD) program at the University of South Florida. Brian Barkdoll, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE, F.ASCE is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Michigan Technological University.

Culture Matters

Author : Lawrence E. Harrison
ISBN : 0465031765
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 57. 17 MB
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Probing the difficult questions of why some modern industrialized nations are more successful than others at providing basic freedoms and a decent standard of living to their people, the author looks to the cultural values underpinning societies, arguing that they are the key to understanding the success or failure of the "developed" nation. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

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