Rachel Weiner

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Rachel Weiner
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Country Morocco
Years: 2008-2010
Site(s) Tinzouline
Region(s) Zagora
Program(s) Youth,Other
Assignment(s) Youth,Other
From US state Delaware
From US town/city Wilmington
Rachel Weiner started in Morocco 2008
So-Youn Kim, Rachel Weiner
Region: Zagora
Rachel Weiner
Youth in Morocco:
Gerry (G) Kaufman, Rachel Weiner
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Rachel Weiner
Other Volunteers who served in Morocco
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Jesse Bailey, Maggie Barnes, Barbara Ferris, Maureen Hagen, Orin (Buz) Hargraves, Bernadine L. Hoff, Gerry (G) Kaufman, Dave Keiser, So-Youn Kim, Bonnie Kirk, Charlie (Hassan) Kolb, Raymond Kruger, Nam LaMore, Suzanne Lane Belahmira, Anjali Mahoney … further results
Projects in Morocco
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GGLOW Camp for Youth, Safety in the Workplace, Well Refurbishment, Women's Community Center, Women's Computer Literacy Classes
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Description of Service:

After a competitive application process stressing applicant’s skills, adaptability and willingness to immerse herself in another culture and language, cross-cultural sensitivity, and the desire to serve underprivileged communities, Rachel Weiner began Peace Corps training on September 6th, 2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She then completed the eleven week training program: one week in Rabat and ten weeks in the community-based training (CBT) site of Mrirt. During this time, Rachel lived with a Moroccan family in order to experience Moroccan culture and family life first-hand, as well as to immerse herself in the language. Ms. Weiner joined other trainees at the training seminar site in Azrou where they participated in cross-cultural and technical sessions organized by Peace Corps staff. During the training period, the following was accomplished:

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