J.J. Grinde ’16 accepted into Peace Corps to serve in Mozambique

J.J. Grinde ’16 of Ripon, Wisconsin, has been accepted into the Peace Corps. Starting at the end of August, he will serve as a secondary chemistry teacher in Mozambique.

Currently, Grinde is touring southeast Asia where he most recently taught English at a school about 10 miles outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia. He is posting a blog about his travels.

At Ripon College, Grinde majored in chemistry-biology and philosophy. This spring, he will be awarded the Breunig Award for outstanding work in philosophy.


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