|By Oksana Pavliouk on Friday, April 18, 2003 - 11:57 pm: Edit Post|
Dear Indonesia RPCVs,
I was researching the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers websites and came across your RPCVs group.
I am a Regional Director for the Program of Academic Exchange (PAX), a non-profit educational foundation; headquartered in Port Chester, NY. PAX promotes international peace, friendship and understanding through the cross-cultural exchange and education of world citizens.
This month we became part of a new U.S. State Department High School Initiative for the students from Indonesia, Egypt, Turkey, etc. to come to the United States, live with an American host family for an academic year, study in a public high school and learn the daily life of an American society. The major goal of the program is to learn from these students, as well as to introduce them to common American people. The program finalists receive full U.S. Government scholarship and will have the full support of a placing organization like PAX.
Currently, I am seeking out to hire qualified Cluster Leaders (CLs) in MA, RI, CT, NJ, MD, DE, PA, VA and WV who may serve in this capacity to work with a cluster of three students during the next school year from Indonesia, Turkey and Egypt. The State Department will provide a compensation for the placement of the 3 students with the American families, and supervision. There is also a great travel incentive: a Cluster Leader will be invited to the annual 4-day national meeting in Puerto Rico next year with all expenses paid!!
Many people wonder these days why America is so misunderstood overseas and the public opinion especially in these countries reached its lowest point. This program will try to build true bridges of understanding through youth exchange and, hopefully, will result in life-long friendships!
We need people with your background and experience, your passion for other cultures and making a difference! If you or anybody you know might be interested in acting as a Cluster Leader for the U.S. Government Initiative, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me back at 1-800-555-6211, ext. 302 for more information! The program will only take a couple of hours per week the most! Plus, there are amazing young people and hands-on exposure to different cultures!
Thank you in advance for your interest!
|By Linda Aines (rbpool1-79.shoreham.net - 188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, August 16, 2006 - 2:26 am: Edit Post|
I am seeking to fill several positions which require East Asia expertise --- these include a project manager, and consultants in several disciplines. If you know of interested persons with the necessary qualifications and ASEAN international experience, please forward the job announcement. Only qualified persons need apply... Many thanks, Linda Aines
PROJECT: Upcoming Trade and Investment IQC
Location: ASEAN countries
Duration: 5 years +
Start Date: Approx. November 2006
I am representing a Washington, DC-based international consulting firm which may participate in the five to eight year contract for ASEAN Development Vision to Advance National Cooperation and Economic Integration (ADVANCE) indefinite quantity contract (IQC). The objective of the ADVANCE IQC is to provide a vehicle to support the ASEAN Secretariat, working with and through ASEAN member states. The project will carry out regional activities that enhance ASEAN integration and cooperation. The ASEAN member countries are: Burma, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and East Timor
We are currently requesting expressions of interest from seasoned-USAID project managers and technical specialists with experience in the ASEAN region.
1) Long-term (5 years +) project manager, may be based in Jakarta:
Minimum Master’s (Ph.D. preferred) in trade/investment, private sector development, regional economic growth or other related area.
Minimum 15 years experience managing large, multi-site project activities involving multiple partners and stakeholders;
Previous USAID or multi-lateral donor Chief of Party experience required
Proven leadership and management capabilities;
Strong program organizational and prioritization skills
Demonstrated experience managing and coordinating large expatriate and local professional teams;
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong knowledge of at least one East Asian language (Bahasa and/or Thai)
2) Junior, Mid, and Senior-Level Consultants with ASEAN region experience for potential long and/or short-term assignment. Desired skills include:
Experienced junior, mid-, and senior-level technical specialists in one or more of the following areas:
Economics: governance and integration; Commercial legal reform; Intellectual property rights (IPR); Trade Capacity Building (TCB), Facilitation, and Negotiations; Customs Reform; SME development; Cluster-based competitiveness; Supply Chain Development; Macroeconomic and Policy Reform; Investment; Financial Sector Surveillance/Reform; Capital Market Development; Rule of Law and Legal Reform; Anti-Corruption Initiatives; Human Rights; Immigration Policy; Trafficking in Persons; Regional Security; Counter-Terrorism; Cross-Border Environmental Issues; Energy Efficiency and Policy; Regional Health Policy; Regional Emergency Preparedness.
Please submit your CV including three (3) references, including email and other contact information to email@example.com. Please reference in the subject line: “Project Manager/ADVANCE IQC” or “Consultants/ADVANCE IQC in (please name area of Expertise)”.
Closing date of this announcement: August 19, 2006
|By Roger Leo (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, December 28, 2004 - 3:15 pm: Edit Post|
I am the city editor of the Telegram & Gazette looking to contact anyone who served in the areas of India hit by the earthquake/tsunami of Sunday.
Thanks. Roger Leo (Nepal 17)
|By Nicora Gardner (220.127.116.11) on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 - 12:45 pm: Edit Post|
I'm an RPCV from Mongolia, currently doing some side work for a foreign exchange organization -
I'm looking for a host family for an Indonesian boy in Beaverton, Oregon
Are there any Indonesia RPCVs there, or contacts there who might be interested in hosting a great kid?
|By IkaNotoCarroll (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 5:50 pm: Edit Post|
Looking for a James Noonan. I am Ika Notokoesoemo Carroll and was the receptionist at the American Embassy in Jakarta from 1963 till January 1966.
|By Nancy Null (22.214.171.124) on Thursday, February 19, 2009 - 9:09 pm: Edit Post|
Aloha from Kapaa, Hawaii. I was a Peace Corps volunteer in the first group who went to Indonesia and would like to hear from anyone who was in that group or the other 2 groups. Also, where is Alex Shakow, who was our leader in the country? If any of you ever come to Kauai, please do not hesitate to let me know so that we can "talk story" about the good old days in Indonesia. Aloha nui loa, Nancy (Rickert) Null.
|By inu kertapati (126.96.36.199) on Sunday, February 14, 2010 - 4:06 am: Edit Post|
Hi, I'm Inu from Indonesia. I'm a student and i've been doing my paper about peace corps in indonesia, and I'm looking for an information about that. If you all have about peace corps data in indonesia please tell me. I really need it, thank you