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{{Volunteerinfobox
The goal of pre-service training is to provide you with the language, cross-cultural, community entry, safety and security, and personal and health management skills necessary to work effectively and live successfully at your site.
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|firstname=Tim
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|middlename=Mark
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|lastname=Dalrymple
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|country=Botswana
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|yearservicestarted=1988
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|yearserviceended=1990
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|site=Botswana, Gaborone
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|region=University of Botswana
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|state=FL
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|uscity=Gainesville
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|program=Education
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|program2=Other
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{{who served in|Botswana}}
  
As management changes in all Peace Corps posts at least once every 5 years, it should be noted that Pre-Service Training changes methods and policies to better suit the percieved needs of the trainees. Batch 265 (Official swear-in date, June 1, 2006) used the training model shown below:
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==1966==
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[[Gary L. Whisler]]<br>
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==1968==
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[[James W. Licke]]<br>
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[[Larry Bieber]]<br>
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==1969==
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[[John Hurd]]<br>
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==1971==
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[[Elvyn Jones-Dube]]<br>
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[[Tom Baillieul]]<br>
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==1973==
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[[Niki Nelson Wade]]<br>
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[[Steve Wade]]<br>
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==1974==
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[[Dan Rathbun]]<br>
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[[Frank Wagner]]<br>
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[[Pat Wagner]]<br>
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[[Steve Armstrong]]<br>
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==1975==
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[[Franklyn Joseph Bridges]]<br>
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==1977==
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[[William B Johnston]]<br>
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==1978==
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[[Cheryl Taylor]]<br>
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[[Craig S. Rockwell]]<br>
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==1979==
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[[Roger Hutchison]]<br>
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==1980==
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[[Brian Allen, O.D.]]<br>
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[[Christine Zakarka]]<br>
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[[jane vogt olmstead]]<br>
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[[Tom Hayes]]<br>
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==1981==
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[[Alice Goodwin-Davey]]<br>
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[[Andrea Gougeon Savoye]]<br>
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[[Ed Coe]]<br>
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[[John McMurtry]]<br>
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[[Lori J Merriam]]<br>
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[[Mary Ball]]<br>
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[[robin teater]]<br>
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[[Steven Gibson]]<br>
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[[Daniel Manske]]<br>
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[[Dan Morrow]]<br>
  
Pre-service training has three phases. Phase 1 is a one-week orientation, in which you will learn about the Peace Corps’ role in the Philippines, receive administrative and medical information, and be introduced to Peace Corps policies. Phase 2, which lasts nine weeks, includes community entry/technical skills, language, cross-cultural, safety and security, and personal and health management sessions and activities. This phase takes place both at the hub site and cluster sites in the community. Phase 3 is held three months after you have been at your site. This training focuses on enhancing your capacity to carry out the technical aspects of your role based on your assigned sector and the goals and objectives of your project plan.
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==1982==
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[[Alice Apley]]<br>
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[[Charles Jensvold]]<br>
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[[Claudia Hart]]<br>
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[[Ken Simler]]<br>
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==1983==
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[[Jim Cole]]<br>
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[[Mary Catherine Cross]]<br>
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[[Melissa Spindler]]<br>
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[[Rob Gensler]]<br>
  
The training for Batch 266 (Official swear-in August 2007) is similar to that stated above, but Phases 2 and 3 have been merged into one 3 month training.
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==1984==
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[[barbara davis]]<br>
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[[Karen Sayer]]<br>
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[[Katherine Baylor]]<br>
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[[Valerie L. Talsma]]<br>
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==1985==
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[[Andrew Scott DuPree]]<br>
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[[morgan staggers]]<br>
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[[stephen j. fedorko]]<br>
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[[TJ Mathews]]<br>
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[[Damien W. Dziepak]]<br>
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==1986==
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[[chris bergh]]<br>
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[[Cindy Threlkeld]]<br>
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[[Joseph Pigott]]<br>
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[[kris lausterer]]<br>
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[[LeRoy Barton]]<br>
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[[Mark Griffin]]<br>
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[[Michael Heard]]<br>
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[[Natasha Leigh Yates]]<br>
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[[Rra Barton]]<br>
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[[William Di Scipio]]<br>
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==1987==
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[[Abigail Lattes]]<br>
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[[Cynthia Dobbs]]<br>
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[[Jaime DeLage]]<br>
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[[Jennifer LaForce]]<br>
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[[Kristi K. Fair]]<br>
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[[Laura Baker Campbell]]<br>
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[[Paul J. Bischoff]]<br>
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[[Sesanyana Matlho]]<br>
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[[Shari Cohen]]<br>
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==1988==
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[[Allison Lees Heater]]<br>
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[[Andrew Kitts]]<br>
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[[Colleen Courtney]]<br>
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[[Helen Castles]]<br>
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[[Jeffrey S. McLucas]]<br>
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[[Jennifer Yellman Quynn]]<br>
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[[Julie Huffaker Catlett]]<br>
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[[Mary Hartzer]]<br>
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[[Mary Middlemas]]<br>
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[[Nina E. Adams]]<br>
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[[Paula Harris]]<br>
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[[Tom Kowalski]]<br>
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[[Tam Dixon Lutz]]<br>
  
===Technical Training ===
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==1989==
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[[Amy F Law]]<br>
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[[Beth Lemberg Hima]]<br>
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[[Diane Schacht Avenoso]]<br>
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[[Jason Foelker]]<br>
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[[John F. Campbell]]<br>
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[[jonathan scheffer]]<br>
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[[Lisa Marie Bryan]]<br>
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[[Michael Hoth]]<br>
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[[Richard O. Lundebrek]]<br>
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[[Ted Tucker]]<br>
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Steve Fines[http://www.finesart.com - Link to website]<br>
  
Community entry/technical training will help facilitate your entry into your community and serve as a Volunteer in the Philippines. You will be engaged in a variety of community entry activities such as peer and community interviewing, community walks, field observations, mapping, shadowing, and conducting community meetings. You will also visit your site of assignment to get an idea what it is really like to be a Volunteer there. Your training in this component will culminate with your application of community entry tools in planning, implementing, and evaluating a small community activity or project. You will be supported and evaluated by the training staff throughout training to build the confidence and skills you need to undertake your project activities and to be a productive member of your community.  
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==1990==
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[[Jeff Bailey]]<br>
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[[Bill Burns]]<br>
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[[David Critton]]<br>
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[[Jennifer Gursky]]<br>
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[[Joel Fritzler]]<br>
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[[Linda Schotthoefer]]<br>
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[[Mark Morrin]]<br>
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[[Robert S. Wright]]<br>
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[[Rosemary Peternell]]<br>
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[[Scott A Foster]]<br>
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[[Stacy Jackson]]<br>
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[[Timothy Jay McHugh]]<br>
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[[Damien Dziepak]]<br>
  
===Language Training ===
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==1991==
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[[Margie Snively]]<br>
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[[Steven Peck]]<br>
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==1992==
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[[Christina Wegs]]<br>
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[[linda hudgins]]<br>
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[[regina mcnamee]]<br>
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[[Sarah Parker]]<br>
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==1993==
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[[Amy Willis]]<br>
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[[Bronagh Byrne]]<br>
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[[Jennifer Sue Butler]]<br>
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[[Kathleen Cook]]<br>
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[[Laura Shapiro]]<br>
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[[Leyla M Bentley]]<br>
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[[Robin Schulz]]<br>
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[[Sara Sherlund]]<br>
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[[Todd Thompson]]<br>
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[[Tracy McGrorty]]<br>
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[[William Shapiro]]<br>
  
As a Peace Corps Volunteer, you will find that language skills are the key to personal and professional satisfaction during your service. These skills are critical to your job performance, they help you integrate into your community, and they can ease your personal adaptation to the new surroundings. You must successfully meet minimum language requirements to complete training and become a Volunteer. Experienced Filipino language/cultural facilitators teach formal language classes six days a week in small groups of three to four people.
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==1994==
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[[kathy marie hageman]]<br>
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[[Michael D. James]]<br>
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[[Sandra Noyes]]<br>
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[[Scott Mitchell Arche]]<br>
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[[Stephanie Tribick-Semenak]]<br>
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[[William B. Howard, III]]<br>
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==1995==
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[[Christina " Tina" Parrott]]<br>
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[[Jennifer Singler]]<br>
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[[kate muldoon]]<br>
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[[Margaret Myers]]<br>
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[[Marion Melody]]<br>
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[[Nicholas Seferian]]<br>
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[[Susan Dee (Aust) Gogus]]<br>
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==1996==
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[[Nicholas Ettinger]]<br>
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==2003==
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[[Matthew Isaac Onega]]<br>
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==2004==
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[[Ruth Senchyna]]<br>
  
Your language training will incorporate a community-based approach. In addition to classroom time, you will be given assignments to work on outside of the classroom and with your host family. The goal is to get you to a point of basic social communication skills so that you can practice and develop language skills further once you are at your site. Prior to being sworn in as a Volunteer, you will work on strategies to continue language studies during service.
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==Source==
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[http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/4454.html Peace Corps Online] Directory of Botswana RPCVs
  
===Cross-Cultural Training ===
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[[Category:Botswana]]
As part of your pre-service training, you will live with a Filipino host family. This experience is designed to ease your transition to life at your site. Families go through an orientation conducted by Peace Corps staff to explain the purpose of pre-service training and to assist them in helping you adapt to living in the Philippines. Many Volunteers form strong and lasting friendships with their host families.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cross-cultural training will help you improve your communication skills and understand your role as a facilitator of development. You will be exposed to topics such as community mobilization, conflict resolution, gender and development, nonformal and adult education strategies, and political structures.
 
 
 
===Health Training ===
 
 
 
During pre-service training, you will be given basic medical training and information. You are expected to practice preventive healthcare and to take responsibility for your own health by adhering to all medical policies. Trainees are required to attend all medical sessions. The topics include preventive health measures and minor and major medical issues that you might encounter while in the Philippines.  Nutrition, mental health, safety and security, setting up a safe living compound, and how to avoid HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are also covered.
 
 
 
===Safety Training ===
 
 
 
During the safety and security training sessions, you will learn how to develop a personal safety and security plan for yourself. Information will also be provided to help you adopt a lifestyle that reduces risk in your home, at work, and during your travels. You will learn appropriate, effective strategies for coping with unwanted attention and about your individual responsibility for promoting safety throughout your Peace Corps service. There will be special sessions and training on the post’s emergency action plan so that you become familiar with the various standard operating procedures that have been put in place to help ensure your personal safety and security.
 
 
 
 
 
 
===Additional Trainings During Volunteer Service ===
 
 
 
In its commitment to institutionalize quality training, the Peace Corps has implemented a training system that provides Volunteers with continual opportunities to examine their commitment to Peace Corps service while increasing their technical, language, and cross-cultural skills. During service, there are usually three training events. The titles and objectives for those events are as follows:
 
 
 
* In-service training: Provides an opportunity for Volunteers to upgrade their technical, language, and project development and management skills while sharing their experiences and reaffirming their commitment after having served for a few months.
 
* Mid-service training: Provides an opportunity for Volunteers to review the successes and challenges of their service and the project plan, and provides additional skills training and support.
 
* Close of service conference: Prepares Volunteers for the future after Peace Corps service and reviews their respective projects and personal experiences.  The number, length, and design of these trainings are adapted to country-specific needs and conditions. The key to the training system is that training events are integrated and interrelated, from the pre-departure orientation through the end of your service, and are planned, implemented, and evaluated cooperatively by the training staff, Peace Corps staff, and Volunteers.
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Philippines]]
 
[[Category:Training|Philippines]]
 

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1966

Gary L. Whisler

1968

James W. Licke
Larry Bieber

1969

John Hurd

1971

Elvyn Jones-Dube
Tom Baillieul

1973

Niki Nelson Wade
Steve Wade

1974

Dan Rathbun
Frank Wagner
Pat Wagner
Steve Armstrong

1975

Franklyn Joseph Bridges

1977

William B Johnston

1978

Cheryl Taylor
Craig S. Rockwell

1979

Roger Hutchison

1980

Brian Allen, O.D.
Christine Zakarka
jane vogt olmstead
Tom Hayes

1981

Alice Goodwin-Davey
Andrea Gougeon Savoye
Ed Coe
John McMurtry
Lori J Merriam
Mary Ball
robin teater
Steven Gibson
Daniel Manske
Dan Morrow

1982

Alice Apley
Charles Jensvold
Claudia Hart
Ken Simler

1983

Jim Cole
Mary Catherine Cross
Melissa Spindler
Rob Gensler

1984

barbara davis
Karen Sayer
Katherine Baylor
Valerie L. Talsma

1985

Andrew Scott DuPree
morgan staggers
stephen j. fedorko
TJ Mathews
Damien W. Dziepak

1986

chris bergh
Cindy Threlkeld
Joseph Pigott
kris lausterer
LeRoy Barton
Mark Griffin
Michael Heard
Natasha Leigh Yates
Rra Barton
William Di Scipio

1987

Abigail Lattes
Cynthia Dobbs
Jaime DeLage
Jennifer LaForce
Kristi K. Fair
Laura Baker Campbell
Paul J. Bischoff
Sesanyana Matlho
Shari Cohen

1988

Allison Lees Heater
Andrew Kitts
Colleen Courtney
Helen Castles
Jeffrey S. McLucas
Jennifer Yellman Quynn
Julie Huffaker Catlett
Mary Hartzer
Mary Middlemas
Nina E. Adams
Paula Harris
Tom Kowalski
Tam Dixon Lutz

1989

Amy F Law
Beth Lemberg Hima
Diane Schacht Avenoso
Jason Foelker
John F. Campbell
jonathan scheffer
Lisa Marie Bryan
Michael Hoth
Richard O. Lundebrek
Ted Tucker
Steve Fines- Link to website

1990

Jeff Bailey
Bill Burns
David Critton
Jennifer Gursky
Joel Fritzler
Linda Schotthoefer
Mark Morrin
Robert S. Wright
Rosemary Peternell
Scott A Foster
Stacy Jackson
Timothy Jay McHugh
Damien Dziepak

1991

Margie Snively
Steven Peck

1992

Christina Wegs
linda hudgins
regina mcnamee
Sarah Parker

1993

Amy Willis
Bronagh Byrne
Jennifer Sue Butler
Kathleen Cook
Laura Shapiro
Leyla M Bentley
Robin Schulz
Sara Sherlund
Todd Thompson
Tracy McGrorty
William Shapiro

1994

kathy marie hageman
Michael D. James
Sandra Noyes
Scott Mitchell Arche
Stephanie Tribick-Semenak
William B. Howard, III

1995

Christina " Tina" Parrott
Jennifer Singler
kate muldoon
Margaret Myers
Marion Melody
Nicholas Seferian
Susan Dee (Aust) Gogus

1996

Nicholas Ettinger

2003

Matthew Isaac Onega

2004

Ruth Senchyna

Source

Peace Corps Online Directory of Botswana RPCVs