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Phillip Walker
Carnell
Languages: 
English
German
July, 1996
Bio: 
I'm an American college student from North Texas who took a year off to be a youth ambassador to Germany. I am a double major in International Studies with concentrations on Humanitarian Efforts and Development, and German. I am also studying a minor in Economics as well. I imagine a world where small communities are connected around the globe, and with that are able to get the resources they need in times of crisis in a timely manner. I want to see the world develop in the new sense- by uplifting the particularly disadvantaged populations so that they may live in healthier, more productive communities with a sustainable future. I'm currently working on a research project about how transgender people in the United States access healthcare, and believe that in communities impoverished such as these there are ways to change.
Volunteering Experience: 
Much of my volunteering has been done at the community level, with many of it being based around keeping my local community safe and well fed. Soon I will be starting a project with a former teacher to raise money for college-bound students who are undocumented but would like to be part of the Dreamers, the group of immigrants who were brought to the United States when they were children without documentation, but have now received Visa's and are on a path to citizenship. What I'm looking for is a new branch in my life experience. I would really like to join a sustainable project- meaning to me that it makes a lasting impact and doesn't end with my time being there. I would like something where I'm directly helping with the environment or with a local group of people. I am looking for something in development as well, such as helping infrastructure or bringing a new recourse to a community. I have no expectations for my experiences, and will be open to every kind of work possible.
Education: 
University of North Texas Honors College (expected graduation 2018)
Occupation: 
Night shift leader at Braum's dairy store
Other Skills: 
Building- fences, pavilions, walls, sheds
Gardening
I work extremely well in groups and am open to people
Creating- small hand projects, building showers
Communications- selling, negotiating
translation- between German and English
Phillip Walker Carnell
Corinth
United States
Languages:
English, German
July, 1996
Description
I'm an American college student from North Texas who took a year off to be a youth ambassador to Germany. I am a double major in International Studies with concentrations on Humanitarian Efforts and Development, and German. I am also studying a minor in Economics as well. I imagine a world where small communities are connected around the globe, and with that are able to get the resources they need in times of crisis in a timely manner. I want to see the world develop in the new sense- by uplifting the particularly disadvantaged populations so that they may live in healthier, more productive communities with a sustainable future. I'm currently working on a research project about how transgender people in the United States access healthcare, and believe that in communities impoverished such as these there are ways to change.
Volunteering Experience
Much of my volunteering has been done at the community level, with many of it being based around keeping my local community safe and well fed. Soon I will be starting a project with a former teacher to raise money for college-bound students who are undocumented but would like to be part of the Dreamers, the group of immigrants who were brought to the United States when they were children without documentation, but have now received Visa's and are on a path to citizenship.

What I'm looking for is a new branch in my life experience. I would really like to join a sustainable project- meaning to me that it makes a lasting impact and doesn't end with my time being there. I would like something where I'm directly helping with the environment or with a local group of people. I am looking for something in development as well, such as helping infrastructure or bringing a new recourse to a community. I have no expectations for my experiences, and will be open to every kind of work possible.
Education
University of North Texas Honors College (expected graduation 2018)
Occupation
Night shift leader at Braum's dairy store
Other Skills
Building- fences, pavilions, walls, sheds, Gardening, I work extremely well in groups and am open to people, Creating- small hand projects, building showers, Communications- selling, negotiating, translation- between German and English
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