Rebecca Richeimer '18, Center for Career and Community Engagement | Earlham College
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Rebecca Richeimer '18

Greetings! My name is Rebecca, I’m a third year at Earlham and I’m double majoring in Peace and Global Studies and Religion. I’m interested in Vipassana meditation, baking, folk music, reading, and of course traveling! This summer I will be interning at Encentendora, a self-sustaining eco-village in Mexico. I’m looking forward to learning more about how to develop an intentional community/ ecovillage. I believe that intentional living is key to a happy life, so I am excited to learn more skills sustainable and intentional living that I can incorporate in my life.

Rebecca RicheimerRebecca Richeimer '18

Intern, Encentendora

Majors: Peace and Global Studies and Religion

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