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2004: Jessy Wilt served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger in Dosso beginning in 2004
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Jessy Wilt can be contacted at jessyavireodnet
Country of Service: Niger
Training Group: CHA/CYE 2004
Cities you served in: Dosso
Arrival Year: 2004
Departure Year: 2007
Began with work in NGO Plan Niger's education department. Worked with a literacy program there and then worked to manage the girls' dormitory at Plan Niger. Following my time at the NGO, I worked on a book project with the secondary inspections office to increase the number of textbooks at the CEGs and lycees of the Dosso region. In addition to those major projects I did shows at the regional radio station, worked on AIDS/HIV projects, and helped with trainings at the Peace Corps training site.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently living in Savannah, Georgia to start a graduate school program in Social Work. Plan to leave Savannah in the Summer 2008 to move to Chicago to continue my graduate work at Loyola.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Other RPCVs in the Savannah or Chicago areas.
Originally posted: June 3, 2007
Peace Corps Niger; Directory of Niger RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Niger RPCVs; Headlines: December, 2004
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