As these dynamic global leaders are bidding farewells and packing their bags for an unforgettable experience in the United States, I invite you to get to know them. Meet Aganga (Botswana) who will apply her entrepreneurial skills to business development at Tetra Tech; or Anaam (Pakistan) who will be developing microloans at the Michigan Women’s Foundation. Class 31 is amazing and eager to get to know the Atlas Corps community.
Today, we are a network of more than 600 social change leaders. We originate from 90 different countries. We are inspired by our passion for service. We are united by our shared experiences and dedicated to achieving positive social change.
Thank you for being an active supporter of this dynamic community!
P.S. While we may not be welcoming any Fellows from Latin America in Class 31, I encourage you to support Atlas Corps on July 18 - GlobalGiving Bonus Day, donations matched at 50%! We will use this funds to support more new Fellows before the end of 2018.
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