Leadership Academy graduates are required to do a community service project that
addresses a need in their community.
In order for them to be successful and effective, we provide graduates with a professional mentor in their discipline to help research, design, fund, and implement the project.
We currently have mentors working with students in agriculture, public health, and teaching.
We are looking for mentors in micro-finance, information technology, and teaching English.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please check the volunteer section.
My name is Tavia Mirassou-Wolf and I am a Graduate Research Assistant at the Colorado School of Public Health studying for my Master’s of Public Health.
I will be working with Colorado State University and Sustainable Schools International over the course of the next year. The project I am humbly a part of, aims to improve the health of communities, specifically in the Aoral District of the Kampong Speu Providence.
My involvement during this trip includes international collaboration which encompasses a rapid village needs assessment, resource identification, and the public health mentorship of new health professionals.