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Background Information

Employment History

Fall Intern

Green Edge Gardens


Low Income Housing Advocate

AmeriCorps


OSU


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Rob Goeller
Rob was a 2011 fall intern at Green Edge and was subsequently hired as a field worker. Rob studied social work and served with Americorps, first as a low income housing advocate and then on a farm in Pennsylvania.


www.eveningsun.com

After graduating from Xavier University in 2009 with a degree in social work, Rob Goeller, 23, spent a volunteer year with Americorps before taking the sisters up on their offer of food and housing for labor.
"Everyone I graduated with who hasn't done a year of service is unemployed," he said. On Tuesday he was picking pumpkins. He had already gained experience mixing cattle feed, castrating calves and loading up boxes for donation.


www.postgazette.com

Rob Goeller, Richard Graney and Mike Fabry sort freshly picked sweet corn at the Villa Maria farm west of New Castle.
Mr. Goeller is a volunteer beginning a year's stay on the farm. After graduating from Xavier University in 2009 with a degree in social work, Rob Goeller, 23, spent a volunteer year with Americorps before taking the sisters up on their offer of food and housing for labor. "Everyone I graduated with who hasn't done a year of service is unemployed," he said. On Tuesday he was picking pumpkins. He had already gained experience mixing cattle feed, castrating calves and loading up boxes for donation.


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