From: Global Service Corps []
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 11:00 AM
Subject: Fall Update from Global Service Corps
GSC Fall Update

Hello to our GSC extended family! Please check out the information below, regarding:

-The new changes made at Global Service Corps
-New Staff Members
-GSC's HIV/AIDS Prevention Day Camp in Arusha, Tanzania
-Our Alternative Gift Program for this season!
-Special Offer For Limited Time: 2010 program rates for 2011 program
Our New Interactive Community and Events! (To see our Facebook Page, click here!)
Exciting changes are underway at GSC headquarters in San Francisco!

Our marketing team is busy creating an interactive community between the GSC staff, alumni and prospective volunteers by integrating GSC into the social networking world of Facebook and Twitter, as well as the creation of our brand new blog, which is available at:

Come find us on Facebook! Click the photos!

Follow us on Twitter @ VolunteerGSC


This fall, GSC has been sponsoring a night out on the town for our friends! Come join us for the next party.

Our first event was held at The Ambassador on 9/13 for a special $2 Tuesday Happy Hour. Our marketing team and the founders of Global Service Corps, Rick and Maxine Lathrop, spent an evening schmoozing and discussing the many programs and issues that GSC has continued to address since it’s founding in 1993. We had a wonderful time getting to know you all, and hope to see you again at upcoming events!

Drink specials for those who donated to GSC were available, as well as great music with DJ MELL, comfortable ambiance, and good discussions revolving around GSC.

• SALSA DANCING @ CIRCOLO- 11/3 from 7:30-11pm
Our next informal bash will have a bit of a Latin kick to it! This will certainly be a night to remember, as there will be professional salsa instructors giving a salsa lesson, and performances throughout the evening. By the end of the evening we hope to see everyone groovin’ on the dance floor! There will be drink specials, good company and of course, plenty of dancin’ room! Put on your dancing shoes and come spend some time with us.
GSC Welcomes New Staff!
Introducing new additions to our GSC Team!

Stephanie Sybert: Service-Learning Programs Coordinator
After completing a B.S. degree in Public Relations at Syracuse University, Stephanie went on to get her Master's in Public Health at San Diego State University. Shortly after graduation from her Master's program, she began working as Public Relations Manager for RealAge, Inc. and publicist for Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz. Her love for international cultures and travel led Stephanie to spend 16 months abroad teaching English and traveling. She explored 15 countries throughout Europe and Asia, including Thailand and Cambodia. Upon returning to the United States, she began her work with Global Service Corps.

Shota Shubladze: Fund Development Consultant
Shota is a former city government official from the Republic of Georgia with twelve years of non-profit development experience on local and international levels. His expertise includes program/grant management, proposal writing and fund development. He graduated from Tbilisi State University 1995 with his MS in history, received a Non-Profit Management Certificate and his MPA from the California State University East Bay in 2008 and 2010.

Alison Mesinger- Marketing Team Member
As a recent graduate from the University of Colorado at Boulder in News-Editorial Journalism and European History, Alison concentrates on the written and visual content for the web site, as well as other social media networks like Facebook, Flikr, and Twitter. She spent several months in the South Pacific, attending the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand for a semester, and then traveled to parts of Australia and Fiji before returning home. Alison is an out-door enthusiast and spends much of her free time doing physical activities such as rock climbing and skiing, and also utilizes her photojournalism skills as a sports photographer and general photojournalist.

Stefania Savoldelli: Marketing Team Member
Stefania has been living in San Francisco since July, 2009. She is an international student from Italy who loves traveling and the challenge of mastering foreign languages. She studied at the business school of Saint-Etienne (France) and at the University of Pavia in Italy, where she was responsible for the international students community. She interned as a marketing assistant in Italy and France, and has been interning for Global Service Corps while completing her MA in International Management & Marketing at the San Francisco State University. Her passion for the international field stems from her love of meeting and interacting with people from different cultures. Among her favorite trips: Spain, Malta, Mexico, Tunisia and Egypt.

Trang Tran: Marketing Team Member
Trang is currently studying for her MBA at Golden Gate University while working as a marketing intern for GSC. The work provides her with the opportunity to see the outcomes of GSC's contributions to the international community, and also gives her the chance to work on social network marketing with an incredible group of individuals. Besides working and studying, she likes to travel and has been to Europe and several cities in the US. She loves to watch movies, read books and walk around in downtown San Francisco.
News from Tanzania
Camp Gives Students HIV/AIDS Knowledge to Share with Others
Written by Kim Beury

Two hundred fifty-two more Arusha Region students are now equipped to teach peers, friends and family information about HIV/AIDS from how to avoid the deadly virus to how a person with HIV can live a long and healthy life.

The students are this year�s graduates of the HIV/AIDS, Health and Life Skills Day Camp that takes place annually in Arusha Region secondary schools and is hosted by Global Service Corps, a NGO that has been serving local communities for over a decade.

[To continue reading, click the title link above!]
Global Service Corps Alternative Holiday Gift
Global Service Corps' Alternative Gift Giving is the perfect way to give a truly meaningful gift to a loved one. Give a gift that will help communities in Tanzania receive training and resources that will help them live healthier lives!

Click on the title link above to see how you can get involved.
NOTE SPECIAL OFFER: Due to rising costs internationally Global Service Corps will be slightly increasing our rates for the 2011 programs. For those who complete the first steps of the application process by November 15th, 2010 the 2010 program rates will still apply. Please note that completing the first steps of the application process means the online application must be completed and your resume and personal statement uploaded online. Additionally, the program deposit must be received in the San Francisco office either via check or paid online with a credit card, and the mailed-in and signed application form with the correct program start and end dates must be received in the San Francisco office by November 15th, 2010. Simply starting the online application does not qualify an applicant for this special offer. For instructions about how to enroll,  Click here

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