|By Admin1 (admin) (18.104.22.168) on Thursday, August 13, 2009 - 3:48 pm: Edit Post|
1967: Robert F Hudson served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Brazil in Rubitaba, Goias beginning in 1967
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Robert F Hudson can be contacted at hudsons3ajunodcom
Country of Service: Brazil
Training Group: Experiment in International Living - Brazil 37B - Brattleboro, VT Camp Arden (Biboca)
Cities you served in: Rubitaba, Goias
Arrival Year: 1967
Departure Year: 1969
Rural Community Development and School Lunch programs
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I have lived in the following places since Peace Corps: Southampton County, VA working as a counselor at a prison; Brattleboro, VT (during and after grad school at The Experiment in International Living - now World Learning); Niteroi, Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (grad school internship), New York City seven years working for AFS; Lexington, KY running a small business (9 years); Springfield, IL (8 years) as director of a social service agency; Piper City, IL (3 years) as stay at home dad while my wife served a church there; Saint Louis, MO since 2001 working for a denominatioally related book publisher. My wife of 37 years is a chaplain in Saint Louis. We have one son, a 2009 graduate of Fordham University (Lincoln Center campus).
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Great formative experience for me, even if I didn't change the world.
Originally posted: 8/13/2009
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1967; Peace Corps Brazil; Directory of Brazil RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Brazil RPCVs
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