Becoming a mentee
Looking for young South Sudanese of all ages who are seeking mentors. We have developed a system where regardless of distance you will be matched with a South Sudanese mentor who has achieved success and can provide resources to help guide you.
The Abyei Ngok Community Association in the U.S. (ANCAUS)
This organization was created to assist, support and uplift ALL tribes in the diaspora. The gift of mind and reasoning is what separates humans from other creatures. As an organization, we believe that investing in human mind and development is a stepping stone towards a better society. As determined individuals, we share the goal of a promising future for our young. Therefore, the need to invest in their mind and accommodate their needs is the foundation of our organization. We will support our students to excel in their academic careers, goals, and any promising future plans.
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Voluntary self identification of disability
Disabilities include, but are not limited to:
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Missing limbs or partially missing limbs
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Impairments requiring the use of a wheelchair
Intellectual disability (previously called mental retardation)
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No, I don't have a disability
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Interests and hobbies
Sports & athletics
Beauty (Hair, makeup)
Fashion (modeling, clothing, sewing)
STEM (Science, technology, engineering & mathematics)
Art & Design
Music (Singing, rapping, producing, instruments)
Culinary arts (Cooking)
Reading, Journalism (blogging, politics, writing, international affairs)
Social Media (YouTube, Vlogging, animation, film making)
Would you be interested in future volunteer opportunities with the Abyei Ngok Community Association?
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