Kijana Rose (2012) completed a co-op at two schools in the northern Ugandan town of Gulu teaching some 150 sixth and seventh-graders packed in a tiny classroom. Kids raised hands, drew pictures, voiced opinions, all of them eager to learn. Kijana could not have been more surprised by her students.
After returning to campus from her experiential learning opportunity in May, she expressed interest in a career as a teacher and a social worker in one of Africa’s international post-conflict zones.
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