For each of the following questions, arrange the sentences A, B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence with sentence 1 and sentence 6 as the starting sentence and the concluding sentence respectively.
(1) Since 1960, the Peace Corps has been the premier organization for Americans who want to help people in impoverished and developing countries.
A- But the Peace Corps isn’t the only game in town—especially for MBAs whose ambition is to go above and beyond that social mission.
B- Indeed, they’ve been doing it for more than a decade through the MBA Enterprise Corps.
C- MBAs with business know-how—and a strong bent for public service—can travel to many of the same countries to help small businesses and their owners.
D- Established by Duke University management professor Jack Behrman in 1990, the MBAEC has sent some 25 MBAs a year—more than 570 to date—to Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe, especially former Soviet bloc countries.
(6) No question, it’s a modest effort compared to the venerable Peace Corps, but for MBA participants and business owners in the developing countries, the effort is paying dividends.