Operation USA Blog

February 26, 2014

OpUSA Staff Profile: Meet Laetitia Rwiyegura

Meet the faces of our organization! Our new Staff Profile blog series will introduce you to the people behind Operation USA. Check back every few weeks for new updates. This week, get to know our Office Administrator, Laetitia Rwiyegura.   Laetitia with her son at a National Honor Society ceremony in 2012  NAME: Laetitia   […]

February 18, 2014

Improve Yourself and Your Community in 2014!

By Tonyehn Verkitus This guest post on volunteerism comes to you from our friends at GiveGab.com. GiveGab is the social network for volunteers, dedicated to helping volunteers and nonprofit organizations find each other in their local communities.   February 18, 2014 — With the beginning of a new year, we find ourselves questioning our actions […]

February 13, 2014

OpUSA Staff Profile: Meet Jamaica Walden

Meet the faces of our organization! Our new Staff Profile blog series will introduce you to the people behind Operation USA. Check back every few weeks for new updates. This week, get to know our Director of Operations, Jamaica Walden.     NAME: Jamaica Walden   HOMETOWN: Los Angeles, CA   WORKING AT OPUSA SINCE: […]

January 31, 2014

Looking Back on Operation USA’s Work in Cambodia

by Richard Walden   January 31, 2014 — It’s been 30 years since the release of the multi-Oscar-nominated film, “The Killing Fields,” which was directed by Roland Joffe (who later became an OpUSA board member), and tells the story of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, based on the experiences of two journalists. The film […]

January 29, 2014

5 Tips for Field Work Beginners

by Barry Mottier   January 29, 2014 — This same time last year, I had no plans (only aspirations) to visit Asia. Just a few months later, I found myself on the Cambodia/Vietnam border representing Operation USA on my first foray into field work. I had the fortune of journeying with some experienced world travelers […]

Newer EntriesOlder Entries