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1991: Karen M. Krueger served in Malaysia; Jamaica in Sibu, Sarikei, Kuching; Kingston beginning in 1991
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Karen M. Krueger can be contacted at kkrue3ahotmaildcom
Country of Service: Malaysia; Jamaica
Training Group: VII; 52
Cities you served in: Sibu, Sarikei, Kuching; Kingston
Arrival Year: 1964; 1989
Departure Year: 1966; 1991
Work Description: Educational Admin.; Med. Social Work
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently, I am a substitute teacher for the Lee County Schools: Middle and
Elementary. Am a NetAid OnLine Volunteer with Horizon Communications,
currently working with the Borneo Project. Am active with NPCA and think
doubling the size of the PC is somewhat of a bargain is exchange for getting G.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Peace Corps Malaysia: Sarawak was a very good experience. It was at a time
that community friendships meant a great deal and we made our biggest impsct
in citizen diplomacy. Peace Corps Jamaica: Kingston was different because of
assignment in "sensitive" area. This created quite a barrier between me and
possible friendships that might have occurred.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Roni Quinn - Peace Corps Malaysia
Any message for returned volunteers?:
I think that we need to insist on the independance of the Peace Corps from the
other service Agencies of the Fed. We have worked a long time on establishing
our identity and style in foreign affairs and it should not be tampered with at this
Originally posted: February 17, 2002
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