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1961: Bruce C. Campbell served in Philippines in Kinalansan, San Jose, Camarines Sur beginning in 1961
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Bruce C. Campbell can be contacted at bcampbelabmidnet
Country of Service: Philippines
Training Group: Group 1
Cities you served in: Kinalansan, San Jose, Camarines Sur
Arrival Year: 1961
Departure Year: 1963
English as a Second Language, Indrotuction of Science to Elementary Curriculum, World Geography Summer Camp
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Associate Director of Training; Korean Health Auxillaries; Ghost Ranch, NM 1969
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
High School Teacher/Rural Oregon
Adult Education Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Hall, Idaho; Health Educator Indian Health Service; Director of Community Health Center, Umatilla Indian Reservation, Oregon 22 years. Retired from Indian Health Service 1990; Health Managment Consultant to NW Tribes, 1990-2004
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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