Liz Georges | June 4 2013
VOICES FROM THE FIELD
Yesterday, NPQ printed a newswire asking if there is really a trend in 40 to 50 year olds applying for internships. We got back a good many responses both expressing horror and interest and a number which were from people who had, themselves made this choice. Liz Georges is now the Communications Coordinator of the Cheetah Conservation Fund but her route to that position was circuitous. We welcome more discussion from readers on this issue.
Paul Jolly | May 16 2013
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