A degree in microbiology, or a degree in Chinese Language and Culture. Promoting malaria prevention in Tanzania, or teaching English in Azerbaijan. At first glance, Carolyn Rhodebeck and Vincent Razo don’t seem to have much in common. But the two recent Indiana University alums both chose to apply the lessons they learned in Bloomington to Peace Corps assignments, and now back in the U.S., they already see how that choice has changed the course of their lives.
“A big take-away I got was it’s not about what you have or don’t have,” said Rhodebeck, of Fort Wayne, Ind. “It’s about the people and how you try to make a positive difference in their lives.” Continue reading “Indiana University put alums on different paths toward making a difference with Peace Corps”