Dear Mr. Lessard:
I have been a fan of your listserv for many years, having been a volunteer environmental radio broadcaster on community stations here in the U.S. Thank you for all of the information that you share.
I now work for a non-profit organization (future.org) and an accredited graduate school (future.edu) based in rural West Virginia. Since 1992, Future Generations has specialized in community-based approaches to social change, health, conservation, and peace building.
We are trying to spread the word about our accredited Master's Degree program, which is designed for community development practitioners. My posting is below. Thank you for considering it for circulation.
Director of Communications
Colleagues of Community-based Radio:
The Future Generations Graduate School (www.future.edu) seeks applications for its accredited Master's Degree program in Applied Community Change and Conservation. The next class begins September 2011.
This M.A. program is geared toward community development practitioners. It allows leaders and organizers to remain their home countries and continue to serve their communities without having to relocate. Key features include:
* Global Peers, with students and alumni from 26 countries
* Online coursework complimented by a one-month field residential each term with peers and faculty (Term I-India, Term II-United States, Term III-Peru, and Term IV-Nepal).
* An applied practicum project carried out over two years in each student's community
* Comprehensive skills and knowledge in social change movements, community-based primary health, people-based conservation, peace building, organizational management and leadership.
For more information, visit future.edu or contact our Director of Admissions, at: email@example.com.
Director of Communications
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