Katie Green, Washington, District of Columbia


Organization(s): Peace Corps
Position(s): Program & Training Specialist, Youth Development
Work Setting: Government—Federal Level
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What I Do
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    Interest Groups
    Peer Helping, Diversity, Career/ Vocational Education, 21st Century Learning/ Global Education, 40 Developmental Assets (Search Institute), Organizational Change, Social Entrepreneurship, Professional Learning Communities

    Where I Work
    Urban (large city), Urban (small city)

    Who I Work With
    Community-Based Organizations, Young Professionals (20’s and 30’s), Middle and High School

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    Short Description of My Current Work
    I support Peace Corp's youth development project and programming, primarily working with our overseas and host country program managers. In the last two years, I have worked on our Director's initiative to support and promote host country volunteerism.


    My Contributions
  • V2 Volunteerism Action Guide: Multiplying the Power of Service
    V2 Volunteerism Action Guide: Multiplying the Power of Service
    Citation: The Peace Corps. V2 Volunteerism Action Guide: Multiplying the Power of Service. 2008.
    Author(s): The Peace Corps
    Description: V2 Volunteerism Action Guide: Multiplying the Power of Service (PDF) This guide is a resource for Peace Corps Volunteers and their community partners to plan, design, implement and assess local service or volunteerism activities. The aim of the V2 Action Guide is to support existing or new host country volunteerism efforts. Applying a service learning approach when possible, this publication shows Volunteers how to add value to their capacity building work by helping participants in volunteer activities identify learning goals and integrate reflection (learning) in their work. Part 1 of the guide is an overview and introduction to the elements of service learning along with important cultural considerations. Part 2 is a step by step guide for creating service learning projects with suggested resources and provides a real life example of the process. Part 3 is a template that can be adapted, translated, and used by local groups or organizations to design their own service activities. This guide references specific helpful resources in many other ICE publications.

    added April 13, 2009
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