2001: Jesse Kidd Carpenter served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan in Otar, Kordai beginning in 2001

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Kazakstan : Directory of Kazakstan RPCVs: 2001: Jesse Kidd Carpenter served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan in Otar, Kordai beginning in 2001

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2001: Jesse Kidd Carpenter served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan in Otar, Kordai beginning in 2001

2001: Jesse Kidd Carpenter served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan in Otar, Kordai beginning in 2001

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Jesse Kidd Carpenter can be contacted at rpcvjkcayahoodcom

Country of Service: Kazakhstan

Training Group: Kaz12

Cities you served in: Otar, Kordai

Arrival Year: 2001

Departure Year: 2004

Work Description:

EE and TELF volunteer

Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:

NA

All following questions are optional: Teaching in Seoul

Originally posted: April 21, 2007



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Peace Corps Kazakhstan; Directory of Kazakhstan RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Kazakhstan RPCVs; Headlines: December, 2001



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