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1964: Karen M. Krueger served in Malaysia VII: Sarawak 1964-66 in Sibu, Sarikei and Kuching beginning in 1964
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Karen M. Krueger can be contacted at kkrue3ahotmaildcom
Country of Service: Malaysia VII: Sarawak 1964-66
Training Group: M VII: PEMS Sarawak: Education
Cities you served in: Sibu, Sarikei and Kuching
Arrival Year: 1964
Departure Year: 1966
Work Description: PEMS: Primary English Medium Scheme Supervisor: "hands-on"
teacher training, urban and rural; majority of time in Third Divison; last 6 months in
Kuching because of political unrest in Sarikei.
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work
Jamaica 52: Health: Medical SW: UHWI: Kingston, Ja. Arrival: 8/89 to
1/91. Placed at University Hospital of the West Indies writing admission
and discharge protocols for "sspecial" populations on small children and
teen-agers; long term and crisis counselling.
Also on the Women's Council/Board of Kingston compiled of UN/PC and
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Have lived in Ft. Myers, Florida post PC Jamaica; lived in upper Mid-West
WI post PC Malaysia. Have always been active and in contact with Peace
Corps, Wa in the beginning and now NPCA. Have a MA/MSW from U. of
Chicago, SSA 1969 and has adapted to meet more than numerous
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I feel PC is the best Federal Agency ever; in fact, this is what is now
working against its present success. As a PCV both times, I had very
good work and social experiences; the kind that one can only get as a
PCV apparently. The schism between all of the Peace Corps worlds is
getting pretty big now.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Not at the moment
Originally posted: January 10, 2002
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