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2001: karen mccauley served in Jamaica in Moneague beginning in 2001
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer karen mccauley can be contacted at karenmccauley26ayahoodcom
Country of Service: Jamaica
Training Group: 72
Cities you served in: Moneague
Arrival Year: 2001
Departure Year: 2001
Environmental / Moneaque Primary and Junior High School ICT Teacher
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Trained in Seagoville
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I did some freelance video work and then went back to the Caribbean to work in video for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Following this I headed to Australia to work for Visions, a HS cross-cultural summer program in QLD. Then headed to Sydney to receive a Master in International Studies at Sydney Uni and worked within the Int. Ed. field at Sydney and Macquarie Uni and also for an outside broadcast company. I then moved to LA to work for Austrade. Now Iím on my way to Maui to pursue a teaching career!
Originally posted: March 30, 2006
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