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What It Means to “Answer the Call”

When applying for my current position at the Center for Rural Affairs, I spent quite a bit of time researching what the organization was about, who it worked with, and the audience it served. This information was important to me because I felt like I needed to be a part of something bigger than myself, something that served others and contributed to the greater good. These same thoughts were part of my motivation to serve my country in the military.
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