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Paul D. Coverdell World Wise Schools

Paul D. Coverdell World Wise Schools

CyberVolunteer Letters

Stories From In-service Volunteers

From 2000 until 2005, actively serving Peace Corps Volunteers wrote letters intended for students in the United States. The letters were initially distributed over a listserv, then subsequently through Web postings, earning these authors the title of "CyberVolunteers." Our archived letters came from the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, Suriname, Bulgaria, Estonia, Macedonia, Romania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Nepal, Guinea, Niger, Togo, Tanzania, and South Africa.

If you're an educator, you can also sign up so you and your class can correspond with a currently serving Peace Corps Volunteer.

Carla Bachechi, Macedonia, Eastern Europe (2003–2005)

Allison Howard, South Africa (2003–2005)

Steve Iams, Nepal, South Asia (2003–2004)

Richard Lupinsky Jr., Tanzania, East Africa (2003–2005)

Jonathan Phillips, Mongolia, Asia (2003–2005)

Elizabeth (Vernon) Kelley, Bulgaria, Eastern Europe (2003–2005)

Nina Porzucki, Romania, Eastern Europe (2002–2004)

Fred Koehler, Togo, West Africa (2002–2004)

Joan Heberger, Honduras, Central America (2002–2004)

Robin Solomon, Kazakhstan, Central Asia (2001–2003)

Jess Wysopal, Niger, West Africa (2001–2003)

Angela (Rich) George, Dominican Republic, Caribbean (2001–2003)

Christian Deitch, Kyrgyz Republic, Central Asia (2000–2001)

Keba Fitzgerald, Suriname, South America (2000–2002)

Amy Maraney, Estonia, Eastern Europe (2000–2002)

Kimberly Ross, Guinea, West Africa (1999–2002)

Jane Troxell, Paraguay, South America (1999–2001)