i’ve been thinking lately about what i want to do.

breeincouleur:

i can go to grad school.

but, i’ve been dabbling with the idea of the Peace Corps for the past few months. its been in the back of my head, kind of nagging me to look into it. every since Tyler, one of my greatest friends, left for Tanzania…

can i handle something like that?

i almost think i’m too selfish.

but, the experience. would be unbelievable.

There are opportunities to do both at the same time through our Master’s International program. Let us know if you have questions!

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maybesproutwings:

The Church of the Resurrection, which perches on a 400m high rock over Foros, looking out over the Black Sea.
(The construction of the church was funded by a rich local tea merchant,  A.G. Kuznetsov, in gratitude to God for saving the Tsar and his  family from a near-fatal train crash in 1888.)

maybesproutwings:

The Church of the Resurrection, which perches on a 400m high rock over Foros, looking out over the Black Sea.

(The construction of the church was funded by a rich local tea merchant, A.G. Kuznetsov, in gratitude to God for saving the Tsar and his family from a near-fatal train crash in 1888.)

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whereintheworldisflick:

This is Sheepo; one of my best learners. I just call him Shep. He is really a good kid so I invited him to a leadership conference called E.W.A. that a bunch of Peace Corps volunteers put together. Also, for some reason all of my kids love to have their picture taken with my laptop. Whatever floats their boat I guess.

whereintheworldisflick:

This is Sheepo; one of my best learners. I just call him Shep. He is really a good kid so I invited him to a leadership conference called E.W.A. that a bunch of Peace Corps volunteers put together. Also, for some reason all of my kids love to have their picture taken with my laptop. Whatever floats their boat I guess.