Info session on Saha’s Positions in Ghana

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I wanted to reach out because over the past years, we’ve empowered hundreds of college students to develop leadership skills and learn about international development, environmental sustainability, and public health, while building community access to clean water and electricity for rural villages in Ghana by training local entrepreneurs how to set up sustainable water and solar businesses.

We had lots of interest from University of Minnesota in past seasons, and would love to get similar students involved with our businesses this summer as well. Participants have found this program particularly valuable in growing their professional experience for careers in Public Health, Engineering, Environmental Science, International Relations and Development, and African Studies.

We’re hosting a “virtual info session” on Wednesday, February 24th. Could you forward the blurb at the end of this email or share our information with any relevant classes/clubs/listserves? Our application deadline is coming up soon!

Free, online info session Wednesday, February 24th
Registration open and limited: REGISTER HERE

Durable design. Community ownership. Sustainable impact. But don’t take our word for it…
Join Saha’s Founder and Executive Director Kate Cincotta to hear about:

· Working with a rural community to build a water treatment OR solar electricity business
· Training local women entrepreneurs how to run it
· Educating hundreds of families about the benefits of clean water and green energy

To learn more about Saha’s June program or apply by April 13th visit
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