1991: Matthew Brown served in Bulgaria in Stara Zagora beginning in 1991

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1991: Matthew Brown served in Bulgaria in Stara Zagora beginning in 1991

1991: Matthew Brown served in Bulgaria in Stara Zagora beginning in 1991

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Matthew Brown can be contacted at mattdbrownaworldlearningdbg

Country of Service: Bulgaria

Training Group: 1

Cities you served in: Stara Zagora

Arrival Year: 1991

Departure Year: 1993

Work Description:

TEFL

Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:

Pakistan, 1990-1991, TEFL

Originally posted: March 30, 2006



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