SAGE’s 2019 Graduates

SAGE’s 2019 Graduates

via sageguyana.org SAGE is proud to announce their 2019 graduates: Gina Chin, Medicine Kerrie Hooper, Computer Science Tatyana Moore, Agriculture Ariel Robertson, Agriculture Andy Sattan, Engineering  Below, some of them share their thoughts on their university experiences and future plans. What has been the best part of your university experience? “Meeting […]

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Peace Corps Documentary World Premier: A Towering Task

Peace Corps Documentary World Premier: A Towering Task

Via peacecorpsworldwide.org Save the date to join the Peace Corps community for the gala premiere of A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps on September 22nd at The REACH at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Watch your inbox in mid-August for details about the premier and how […]

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Introducing 2018 SAGE Scholar Uvannie Roopram

Introducing 2018 SAGE Scholar Uvannie Roopram

Uvannie Roopram A graduate of Rosignol Secondary School, Uvannie plans to become a software engineer after she completes her studies in Computer Science at UG. She took time out of her busy schedule to answer a few questions about being a SAGE scholar and her passion for computers. What does […]

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SAGE’s 2018 Graduates

SAGE’s 2018 Graduates

Louise MacCloud, Graduating with a Medical Degree After graduating, Louise plans to complete her required medical internship and then work at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation. SAGE recently interviewed her as she prepares for life outside of the University. What advice would you give students beginning the University of Guyana […]

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Meten Meer Zorg Primary Mural

Meten Meer Zorg Primary Mural

Kelsi Zeid is an Education PCV at Meten Meer Zorg Primary on the West Bank Demerara in Region 3. FROG gave Ms. Zeid a grant for extra paint and supplies which were used to complete the World Map Project with Grade 6 students this past term. The mural project motivated […]

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The World Map Mural Project

The World Map Mural Project

FROG recently funded the World Map Mural project, an effort of Grade 7 and 8 at West Demerara Secondary School and with the guidance of Peace Corps Volunteers Taylor Laskowski and Caroline Deurwarder. You can read more about this project below. The Process Outlining the basic structure of the world […]

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The Museum of the Peace Corps Experience

The Museum of the Peace Corps Experience

The Museum of the Peace Corps Experience will soon launch virtually and has plans for a physical location in Washington, DC. For more information on the project, check out their website. The Museum of the Peace Corps Experience (MPCE) debuts virtually in 2018 and soon becomes brick and mortar in […]

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Peace Corps Guyana Blogs

Peace Corps Guyana Blogs

If you’re curious about the lives of current Peace Corps Guyana volunteers, here’s a list of blogs you can follow, Samantha Daisy: https://onepeopleonedestinyblog.wordpress.com/ Brittany Kernagis: http://www.instagram.com/bkernagis/ Cristina Miller: http://www.instagram.com/meateatingvegan/ Carly Ratekin: http://www.carlyratekin.com/ Chelsea Roderick: http://www.chelsearoderick.blogspot.com/ Cara Rohdenburg: http://www.mindthepiranhas.blogspot.com/ Kelsi Seid: http://peacecorpskelsi.tumblr.com/ Rebecca Tatarsky: http://www.beccatat.blogspot.com/

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SAGE Turns 10!

SAGE Turns 10!

This year marks 10 years since the founding of SAGE! SAGE was started in 2008 by seven returned volunteers of WorldTeach Guyana. These volunteers served as teachers in secondary schools throughout the country and returned to the United States with a unique awareness of the many obstacles facing Guyanese students […]

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Timehri Film Festival Schedule

Timehri Film Festival Schedule

The Timehri Film Festival starts on May 31, 2017 and ends on June 4, 2017. Below is the Timehri Film Festival schedule of public events, take a look at what’s showing and at what times. There are plenty of great projects and new talent to experience.   May 31, 2017 […]

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