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1996: Gibbs Smith served in Kiribati in Tarawa beginning in 1996
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Gibbs Smith can be contacted at GSMIT2Uajunodcom
Country of Service: Kiribati
Training Group: K-23
Cities you served in: Tarawa
Arrival Year: 96
Departure Year: 97
Secondary Science Teacher at King George V and Earlham Bingham School
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Working for USDA-Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service in Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Temporary Duty Assigments in Melbourne and San Diego. Special Emphasis Program Manager for Asian/Pacific Americans, Diversity Committee, and EEO Advisory Council-Eastern Region. Advancing Leader Program.
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Any message for returned volunteers?:
Responsibilities include promoting the recruitment, training, and advancement of Pacific Islands American Citizens to increase their representation in our APHIS program.
Originally posted: March 3, 2004
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