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1971: Susan E. Kerstein served in Liberia in Korworhun beginning in 1971
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Susan E. Kerstein can be contacted at mailskaaoldcom
Country of Service: Liberia
Training Group: Group 28 Liberia
Cities you served in: Korworhun
Arrival Year: 1971
Departure Year: 1973
Elementary School Teacher: I taught children ages 11-27, grades 5th & 6th in the village elementary school. Kids would come from as far as two hours away to attend class.
I also taught english to adults in the evenings.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
When I returned home from Liberia, I recruited Peace Corps and Vista volunteer in Rochester, NY and Boston, MA.
In 1977 I took a job in Chicago placing VISTA volunteers in programs.
Then I started teaching college. Currently I teach anthropology, sociology and human services at National-Louis University.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
I would love to hear what happened to my Village, Korworhun and some of the people in it.
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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