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John Sweeney
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Posted on Monday, October 19, 2009 - 11:22 am:   

I'm a teacher at Southwest High School in Jacksonville, NC. As a graduation requirement, our seniors must complete research papers on a topic of their choosing and work with a mentor to create some sort of final product. One of our students has chosen to research the Peace Corps, but we are having trouble finding a returned volunteer who could help her out and answer questions for her. Can anyone help me find a returned volunteer in eastern North Carolina with whom this student could meet face-to-face? If not, would anyone be willing to serve as a sort of "online mentor" in order to help her? I don't think it will be too time-consuming a task, but it could mean the world to a wonderful student (and, in all likelihood, future volunteer). Please e-mail me at john.sweeney@onslow.k12.nc.us if you might be able to help.

John Sweeney
Southwest High School
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Posted on Monday, April 15, 2013 - 10:48 pm:   

You must not be typing in the psarwosd exactly as given. I suggest doing a copy-and-paste of the psarwosd from the email that was sent you in the psarwosd reset. Make sure you don't copy in any extra leading or trailing spaces, as those won't work. After you successfully login, then go to the Edit Profile area to change your psarwosd to something simpler to remember and type. The psarwosd is case sensitive (i.e. capital and small letters matter), so make sure you pay attention to that as well.

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