Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Government.
...c 1966-68) Dodd is a U.S. Senator from Connecticut. There are six returned Volunteers in the U.S. Congress — one in the Senate, and five in the House of Repres
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Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications.
Peter Stinton, enterprise senior writer for the San Francisco Chronicle (Iran 1969-1971)
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... living and working in developing countries, more than 182,000 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in 138 countries all over the globe.
[[History of the Peace Corps in Iran]]<br>
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*[[Boston Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers]]
*[[Green Mountain Returned Peace Corps Volunteers]]
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...empts Volunteers from duty fees.) Please note, however, that items sent to Volunteers via DHL, FedEx, UPS, etc., are not exempt from customs fees and you are req
...his reality and inform them that responses to e-mails may be delayed. Some Volunteers travel for hours to get to an Internet café.
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Volunteers can make international calls from the larger cities, but they are expensive
...e asked to be wardens (i.e., points of contact for a small number of other Volunteers when they leave their sites or in the event of family or other emergencies)
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Volunteers and staff traveling back home often offer to hand-carry letters to be maile
...larly. Family members typically become worried when they do not hear from Volunteers, so advise your family and friends that mail service is sporadic and that t
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