Christina Corzine departs June 10, 2010, to Peru. Photo: coastsider.com
CSUEB alumna headed to Peru with the Peace Corps
- April 26, 2010 9:38am
The Peace Corps selected Cal State East Bay alumna Christina Corzine for a 27-month assignment in Peru as a youth development facilitator. She graduated in 2009 with a Master’s degree in social work.
In the Half Moon Bay Coastsider, Corzine said that “she will spend her first three months of service in training, living with a host family and studying Peru’s language and culture. After training, she will begin a two-year assignment, living in the style of the people in her new community.”
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