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1978: Michael B Guralnick served in Republic of Korea in Jang-su, Taegu beginning in 1978
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Michael B Guralnick can be contacted at mbguralnickayahoodcom
Country of Service: Republic of Korea
Training Group: K-45
Cities you served in: Jang-su, Taegu
Arrival Year: 1978
Departure Year: 1981
1)Health Volunteer working in Jang-Su County Pogunso in Chollabuk-do provice.
2) 2nd Assignment in Taegu City, Kyungnam-do, working to create a Korean student lead volunteerism program and working at the Taegu City of Hope, raising money and working in the health center
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Worked with Lucky Goldstar, HeeSung Advertising for 1 1/2 years before returning to the States for Graduate School at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Following that joined Citibank's international program in its Asia Pacific Division. Spent time training in the States then moved to Hong Kong -5 yrs, London 2 yrs, Singapore 5 Years, then joined a Dot Com in Seattle for a year before going bust and rejoined Citigroup in London in 2001, where we are still living.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
FANTASTIC, best there ever was...great learning experience and friendships started and continued both Korean and American.
Originally posted: November 21, 2004
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