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Welcome to Stories from the UAC-CP!
This blog is written and curated by Adam Barton, a Princeton in Latin America fellow currently serving as the College's communications and evaluation coordinator.
Adam is a Maryland native and recent graduate of Georgetown University. Passionate about education, language access, and community engagement, Adam has spent 4 years coordinating programming for language learners and their families in D.C., and nearly 15 months leading English programming and conducting education research in Brazil. His role at the UAC-CP is a new one: in addition to supporting communications efforts for Carmen Pampa Fund, he will be traveling throughout Bolivia to find, survey and interview College graduates. Adam's work will allow the UAC-CP to measure its impact and improve the quality of education that it offers to young Bolivians.
You might guess the purpose of Stories from its title; it is a place to share the stories of the UAC-CP graduates, students, and staff that Adam meets on his Bolivian journies. Here, we show you - donors, collaborators, and friends from all over the world - the impact that the College has on the lives of young Bolivians. We hope to bring you closer to some amazing students and graduates, creating a space for meaningful exchange across continents.
We would love to hear your thoughts! Feel free to comment on the posts, write to us on Facebook, or send Adam an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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