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My Swearing-in Ceremony (Peace Corps Kosovo)

IT’S OFFICIAL! On Saturday, I swore in as a Peace Corps Volunteer.

I found my swearing-in dress two days earlier at a local store. I’d gone with some friends and hadn’t intended to buy anything. 591 more words

To Bittersweet Ends, and Exciting Futures!

Whew! As promised, my monthly update! So… What did the last month have in store for me? Well, lots of moving around that’s for sure! But more importantly, the transition from PCT (Peace Corps Trainee) to PCV (Peace Corps Volunteer)! 686 more words

D/MR Higginbottom Swears In Mary Beth Leonard, New Ambassador to the African Union

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Honored to swear in Mary Beth Leonard, a strong leader, human rights defender & Africa expert as @US_AU ambassador. …

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Swearing In!

This past Friday was our swearing-in ceremony.  This is the moment we transition from being Peace Corps Trainees to actual Peace Corps Volunteers!  In the past, the different programs have had separate ceremonies at different times because the training for SED (Small Enterprise Development) and COD (Community Organization Development) is 2 weeks shorter than the training for EE (English Education) and HE (Health Education).   492 more words

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Abia Crisis: Ogah goes underground as he plots swearing-in

Mr. Ogah arrived Umuahia with the certificate of return issued to him by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Thursday, hoping to be sworn in that day or Friday. 149 more words



The last 2 months have flown by.

On 16 June 2016, I officially swore in as a US Peace Corps Volunteer.

On 17 June 2016, I moved int0 my new home in Ondobe, Ohangwena, Namibia. 312 more words

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This Was the End

Like my first blog post, this post has been written during a rapid succession of changes and moves. We will call this post #TBT to the end Pre-Service Training and the beginning of life at site. 807 more words

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