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1969: Susan Welch Senn served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Barbados beginning in 1969
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Susan Welch Senn can be contacted at sennsuaverizondnet
Country of Service: Barbados
Training Group: EC 6
Arrival Year: 1969
Departure Year: 1971
Taught primary school science, trained teachers at teacher's college
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Moved to Arlington, VA. Married Jim Senn in 1976. He was in EC IV, Grenada, extended. Taught biology in an alternative high school 33 years. Have two daughters, 31 and 28. I am retired now.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Wow! I don't want to say they were the best years of my life because I have such a good one. But they certainly were memorable. I feel they helped shape the person I've become. I have a strong social purpose.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone, really, from EC 6, 7 or 8
Any message for returned volunteers?:
As always, our house is open for visitors. Please come to see us, right across the river from DC.
Originally posted: 4/24/2010
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1969; Peace Corps Barbados; Directory of Barbados RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Barbados RPCVs
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