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Introducing “The Trabajo Project”


Just over three years ago, I met Charles Amaya,  a Filipino American college student from Northern California, when he was a sophomore at Stanford University.  Now, he’s a recent graduate and job seeker, motivated by a genuine desire to help the Philippines, particularly those affected by poverty.

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“How might a recent college grad from the US meaningfully contribute to poverty alleviation in the Philippines?”

This question kicks off a series of fresh posts on Filamthropy called “The Trabajo Project.”  You’re invited to do more than just follow along.  You’re invited to be part of this new conversation on making an impact.

– Julius

The Trabajo Project

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This entry was posted on March 12, 2013 by in Trabajo Project.

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