Adam Greenberg joins the podcast this week to talk about traveling with intention using programs like AmeriCorps. Adam has done two stints with AmeriCorp, drove the US on the BioTour, interned at Tom’s Shoes and worked for the White House. He’s currently utilizing his AmeriCorps Education Award to attend NOLS in Canada where he is sea kayaking around Vancouver Island and glacial mountaineering for 2 months! He is a proponent of reforming student loan debt and is thankful to have had a debt free 20’s. Oh, and he’s an awesome guy!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
AmeriCorps – 18 – 24 yrs. can join numerous programs that allow for meaningful work around the US. The NCCC program is a 10 month program with stops in 4 US cities.
Habitat for Humanity – Help build housing for those in need.
BioTour – During the 2008 election cycle Adam toured on the BioTour Bus educating voters on climate change. Watch their video here.
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