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1986: John Borgmann-Winter served in Kiribati in Rongorongo, Beru Island; Bikinibeu, Tarawa beginning in 1986
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer John Borgmann-Winter can be contacted at jborgmanamciudorg
Country of Service: Kiribati
Training Group: K-9
Cities you served in: Rongorongo, Beru Island; Bikinibeu, Tarawa
Arrival Year: 1986
Departure Year: 1989
Work Description: secondary science/ESL teacher; volunteer trainer
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently teaching chemistry, biology and environmental science at
secondary level in Philadelphia area;
Karin Borgmann-Winter is a child psychiatrist entering beginning a
research fellowship at UPenn in July 2002
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I still look back with great fondness on my PC experience, and recently
had the opportunity to relive some of those memories when I took
artifacts, food and stories in to share at my son's school.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Would love to hear from other Kiribati volunteers or nationals,
particularly those who knew us, or who worked on Beru.
Originally posted: May 5, 2002
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