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1967: Robert Dwan served in Uganda in Masaka, Uganda beginning in 1967
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Robert Dwan can be contacted at robertdwanacsdcom
Country of Service: Uganda
Training Group: Teachers College, Columbia University, NY, NY
Cities you served in: Masaka, Uganda
Arrival Year: 1967
Departure Year: 1968
Teacher at St. Henry's College, Kitovu.
I taught English, Math and Business Math, directed the school plays, coached the basketball teams and helped host the regional drama competitions.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Acting, free-lance writing, M.A in theater arts, high school teacher, cab driver, pizza cook, producer, director, production manager, Executive Director of job training agency, fundraising proposal writer and business development officer for job training agency, factory manager, vocational counselor, M.B.A., production manager, restaurant owner, bookkeeper, accountant, retired. My wife and I currently own houses available for rent in Virgin Gorda and Sunriver, Oregon. We live half the year in the British Virgin Islands and half the year in Oregon.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I loved it. I wish everyone could have a similar experience.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone from my group.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Get involved or start a local organization of returned PCV's. People who have served in the Peace Corps make wonderful friends.
Originally posted: July 31, 2006
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