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Re: FW: Masters-thesis and internship

Hello, ACGA and Ms. Schmidt,

Just a thought for you. In Charlotte, North Carolina (a city of 600,000 in 
the American South), one public elementary school offers a 'German immersion' 
program, where teachers teach only in German. The same campus is the site of 
the school district's environmental studies program, which is setting up a 
large garden using native plants. However, Charlotte's community garden 
program overall is modest, with a single but highly regarded community garden 
program sponsored by a local church (Charlotte Green). Expanded community 
gardening opportunities are likely here in the future. If you are interested, 
let me know, and in the meantime, I'll try to find people you might talk to 
about an internship.

Don Boekelheide
Charlotte, NC, USA

In a message dated 2/7/00 10:13:06 PM, sallymcc@libertynet.org wrote:

>>From: Stefanie Schmidt [mailto:stschmi@yahoo.com]
>>Sent: Monday, February 07, 2000 7:09 AM
>>To: smccabe@pennhort.org
>>Subject: Masters-thesis and internship
>>Dear Sir or Madam
>>I am a student of Geography at the University in
>>Muenster, Germany. Since I am almost done with my
>>studies I am looking for a subject for my
>>Diplom-Thesis (comparable to your masters-thesis). I
>>am wondering if you are interested in giving me a
>>subject about community gardens. I am very interested
>>in community gardens and if possible I would like to
>>do an internship in your organization. My minor
>>subjects are landscape ecology and botany and I have
>>acquired a good practical base in horticulture.
>>Thank you.
>>Yours sincerely
>>Stefanie Schmidt

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