Washington Universities Lead the Nation in Peace Corps Volunteers

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1
I served in Nicaragua and after I'd been there for a year, another UW alumnus joined up. We were both shocked to recognize each other from a class we'd shared two years before.

It's a big small world out there.
2
Tom Tuttle from Tacoma, Washington would be proud (although WSU evidently didn't make the list).
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Another way to say it is that washington universities lead in graduating unemployable and unprepared liberal arts students with little to no self direction.
4
You're either changing the world, or you're a tired corporate serf who is too darned lazy.
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Yeah, I read that this morning. Quite the distinction. I'm an RPCV, Republic of Cameroon 89-92' but didn't graduate from any of those schools. Still, good on the state of Washington. Here's to a future generation of Peace Corps Vols.
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Any excuse to get away from the local weather.
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Could it be due to in part to the UW's Evans School of Public Policy's requirement (or just "strong suggestion") to do some years in the Peace Corps to get a master's degree?