Travel the World with Peace Corps Talks
The Peace Corps has been sending Americans around the world to serve and promote peace and global development since 1961. In February, we are bringing several former volunteers to the library to share their experiences. Whether you are considering the Peace Corps yourself or just want to learn more about a different part of the world, these evenings a guaranteed to be interesting.
Hal Sillers – Ecuador
Monday, February 11th at 7 pm
Between 1966 and 1968, Hal’s was working on constructing and standardizing the electrical grid in Ecuador.
Wondering where a country is or what it is like? Click on each of the flags above to visit the CIA World Factbook page on that country.
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- Peace Corps Series: Ukraine
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