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A New Generations Exchange

Rotary program opens doors of vocational internship to young adults

3:08 PM, Sep. 10, 2013
Madara Moehlmann, 19, of Bremen, Germany, interned at the Ministry Door County Medical Center/North Shore Medical Clinic in Sturgeon Bay. She is an exchange student through the Rotary Club. Tina M. Gohr/Door County Advocate
Madara Moehlmann, 19, of Bremen, Germany, interned at the Ministry Door County Medical Center/North Shore Medical Clinic in Sturgeon Bay. She is an exchange student through the Rotary Club. Tina M. Gohr/Door County Advocate
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Within a fast-paced 3 weeks, Madi Moehlmann has completed nearly a half-dozen job-shadowing experiences, received word that she was accepted into a medical university in Germany, and made many new friends who will soon be left half a world away.

And it was all made possible by a new Rotary program called New Generations Exchange (NGE), which opens doors of vocational internship to young adults around the world.

While most people are familiar with the yearlong academic exchanges that Rotary organizes for high school students, NGE is not as well known. Often NGE participants are former ...

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