Volunteering in the Developing World: Who Helps Whom?

Dissecting the Controversy of Who Benefits

A provocative and open discussion of:

*The impact of volunteer programs in improving the quality of life for both recipients and participants
*Preparation for local integration and stress of adjusting to an unfamiliar environment
*Criteria for choosing volunteer programs
*And an opportunity to network with representatives from international service organizations based in the Upper Valley!

Moderated by Sadhana Hall, Nelson A. Rockefeller CenterPanelists:

  • Megan Brooks, Executive Director, Volunteers for Peace
  • Bernie Benn, Peace Corps, Tunisia
  • Stella Safari, Class of 2013, Democratic Republic of Congo

Co-sponsored by the Developing Country Network (of the Upper Valley), the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, and the Dickey Center for International Understanding

When Wed May 16 5:30pm – 7pm Eastern Time
Where Haldeman 041 (map)

Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/05/volunteering-in-the-developing-world-who-helps-whom/