1970: Christine Shea served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tunisia in Monastir; Tunis beginning in 1970

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1970: Christine Shea served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tunisia in Monastir; Tunis beginning in 1970

1970: Christine Shea served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tunisia in Monastir; Tunis beginning in 1970

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Christine Shea can be contacted at sheacagmaildcom

Country of Service: Tunisia

Training Group: EartlyChildhoodEducation

Cities you served in: Monastir; Tunis

Arrival Year: 1970

Departure Year: 1972

Work Description:

Worked in early childhood centers in gouvenerat; published preschool curriculum manual in two languages for Tunisian PreSchools

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Professor; East Carolina University

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

Any PCVs from Tunisian during 1970-1972

Originally posted: October 24, 2006



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