International Social Service Welcomes a New International Fellow!
International Social Service extends a warm welcome to our new fellow, Amarjagal (Amraa) Bor. Ms. Bor joins International Social Service through The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations' Professional Fellows Program. She currently works at Christina Noble Children's Foundation Mongolia as a Project Coordinator, where she develops and manages projects for vulnerable children and their families in rural areas. Ms. Bor is a graduate of Mongolian National University with a B.A. degree in economics and has worked on various community projects throughout her studies. She has a passion for creating positive community impact through the educational development of at-risk children and families. Additionally, she is studying female leadership and development opportunities in rural areas of Mongolia, with the hope of creating more economic and social opportunities for herself and other Mongolian women. Prior to her position at Christina Noble Children's Foundation, she volunteered with vulnerable children and orphans in her home town of Darkhan, Mongolia.
The National Committee on U.S.- China Relations works in partnership with the China Global Philanthropy Institute and the Zorig Foundation on an exchange program for emerging leaders in China, Mongolia and the United States in the fields of environment, philanthropy, legal aid, and community building among vulnerable populations. According to the Professional Fellows Program, “the program, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, is a capacity-building project for professionals in the non-governmental sector in both countries. After returning to their home countries, fellows will develop and implement a project based on and informed by their fellowship experiences.”
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