Hello, my name is Eric and I am the newest Fellow to join
the Students Rebuild On Tour! team.
I recently returned from serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Swaziland. Over the duration of two years, I lived in a rural village and worked as community health educator. I taught health classes to high school students and worked with a local youth association to host community wide events. I am glad to be back in the U.S. and ready to help make this campaign a success!
Being able to engage students to learn about and assist with
these humanitarian crises is an exciting position to be in. Plus, I appreciate any opportunity to travel
and can’t wait for our upcoming West Coast Tour starting in February.
Are YOU one in a million? The One Million Bones challenge is mobilizing students worldwide to make bones as a symbol of solidarity with victims and survivors of ongoing conflict in places like the DRC and Somalia. Every handmade bone generates $1 from the Bezos Family Foundation for CARE's work in these regions, up to $500,000!
In June, 2013, one million handmade bones – made by students, educators and artists – will cover the National Mall in Washington, D.C. as part of a massive art installation and visual petition against humanitarian crises. Take the challenge today and continue to follow Students Rebuild. To bring Students Rebuild On Tour to your community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.