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1989: Scott Thomas served in Nepal in Manthali, Kathmandu beginning in 1989
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Scott Thomas can be contacted at Scottdthomas2acomcastdnet
Country of Service: Nepal
Training Group: 167 B
Cities you served in: Manthali, Kathmandu
Arrival Year: 1989
Departure Year: 1991
Worked with local district development office for 3 months on project to relocate offices of district center to Manthali. Relocated to Kathmandu and worked for PADCO office on urban development projects. Worked on a number of secondary projects including development of braille templates for production of children's books for the Nepal Association for the Welfare of the Blind, editing grant applications and research work for the childrens advocacy group Child Workers in Nepal (CWIN), and design and project management of a locker construction project for a local Kathmandu orphanage.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Now working as a Forensic Civil Engineer and living with wife Dana, daughter Casey, and son Glen in Seattle, WA.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Jared Roscoe, Greg Baer, and the other pinnacles of truth.
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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