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Georgetown foreign service school advertised Planned Parenthood position

December 30, 2009

Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service advertised a job opening at Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s international division, according to the university’s web site. “The Program Officer facilitates the development, implementation, and long-term viability of PPFA's client-centered international sexual and reproductive health and rights projects,” according to the web site, and “facilitates the improvement, quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of services and advocacy so that international partners in Latin America and the Caribbean can carry out their respective missions.”

Founded in 1789 by the Jesuits, Georgetown University has 15,318 students, 7,092 of whom are undergraduates.


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