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2000: Julie Odland served in Bulgaria in Pazardjik beginning in 2000
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Julie Odland can be contacted at juliedodlandaverizondnet
Country of Service: Bulgaria
Training Group: B10
Cities you served in: Pazardjik
Arrival Year: 2000
Departure Year: 2002
Work Description: TEFL
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Six months of unemployment, and just received a good job offer. I will be the Managing Editor for the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, an employee of the University of Pennsylvania.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I miss the Bulgarian tradition of Baba Marta. On March 1, everyone exchanges "martenitsas" (bracelets/pins made of red and white string). You wear them until you see a stork. (Storks begin to arrive in Bulgaria in March.) Then you tie the martenitsa on a blossoming fruit tree or put it under a stone.
Originally posted: February 23, 2003
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