1. Colombia Teachers on Parade

    Student teachers of the Escuela Normal Superior dancing in a independence day parade in Cartagena, Colombia. I am training future teachers in English and teaching techniques. In Cartagena, dancing Salsa, Vallenato, and Champeta is the number one activity.

  2. Colombia Dancing in the Street

    My counterpart Gabriel, an English teacher, dancing in a parade to celebrate the independence of Cartagena, Colombia from Spain 200 years ago. 

  3. Venezuela My Peace Corps Reflections

    You might say I was one of the first Peace Corps volunteers, even though I just missed being counted among the first 1000.  I served in Venezuela as part of an agricultural extension project, during the period 1962-64.  As a Volunteer Leader, I supervised 19 Volunteers at 13 sites throughout six states.  The project’s main purpose was to develop 4-H Clubs (called 5-V in Venezuela), and provide the youth with techniques in agriculture and home economics. Prior to our departure from Washin...

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.