1991: Thomas Lucas served in Uganda in Mbale beginning in 1991

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1991: Thomas Lucas served in Uganda in Mbale beginning in 1991

1991: Thomas Lucas served in Uganda in Mbale beginning in 1991

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Thomas Lucas can be contacted at lukkaamsndcom

Country of Service: Uganda

Training Group: 1991

Cities you served in: Mbale

Arrival Year: 1991

Departure Year: 1993

Work Description:

Taught Mechanical Engineering and Motor Vehicle Mechanics at Uganda Technical College-Elgon when we had enough beans and salaries for the teachers. Helped out with community projects and other PCVs at the Parks during school vacations.

Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:

I returned to UTC-Elgon in 1997 and was surprised at how little had changed, and how I could have once been so at home and comfortable in such a different place. My work since the Peace Corp has been focused on developing fuel cell electric generation plants.

Originally posted: March 30, 2006

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