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Title: An Update on Perspectives-n-Plans in Paraguay: Peace Corps Volunteer Reporting Form

URL: http://brienne.yolasite.com/b-blog/an-update-on-perspectives-n-plans-in-paraguay-peace-corps-volunteer-reporting-form/

Collection: American University

Description: This webpage was created by Peace Corps Volunteer Brienne Thomson and published to her personal blog, which she maintained during her Peace Corps service. Thomson served in San Estanislao, Paraguay and worked in community economic development between 2013 and 2015. On this webpage, Thomson shares her Peace Corps Volunteer Reporting Form from August 2014, which reports her successes, challenges, lessons learned, activities, etc. back to the Peace Corps organization. Brienne Thomson donated this webpage to the American University Library Peace Corps Community Archive in November 2014.

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Subject:   Peace Corps (U.S.),  Volunteer workers in community development

Title: The Peace Corps Asked, I Indulged: Peace Corps Volunteer Reporting Form

URL: http://brienne.yolasite.com/b-blog/the-peace-corps-asked-i-indulged/

Collection: American University

Description: This webpage was created by Peace Corps Volunteer Brienne Thomson and published to her personal blog, which she maintained during her Peace Corps service. Thomson served in San Estanislao, Paraguay and worked in community economic development between 2013 and 2015. On this webpage, Thomson shares her Peace Corps Volunteer Reporting Form from April 2014, which reports her successes, challenges, lessons learned, activities, etc. back to the Peace Corps organization. Brienne Thomson donated this webpage to the American University Library Peace Corps Community Archive in November 2014.

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Subject:   Peace Corps (U.S.),  Volunteer workers in community development

Title: Estudio de la Comunidad: San Estanislao, Paraguay, 2013-2015

URL: http://brienne.yolasite.com/estudio-de-la-comunidad-san-estanislao.php

Collection: American University

Description: This webpage was created by Peace Corps Volunteer Brienne Thomson and published to her personal blog, which she maintained during her Peace Corps service. Thomson served in San Estanislao, Paraguay and worked in community economic development between 2013 and 2015. This webpage reports Thomson's San Estanislao Community Survey regarding the current services offered by the local government and services residents wish were available to them. It also documents the purpose of the survey, lists Thomson's interview questions, and contained the anonymous resident interviews. The anonymous interview recordings are available in the AU Digital Research Archive (see relation). Brienne Thomson donated this webpage to the American University Library Peace Corps Community Archive in November 2014.

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Subject:   Community life -- Case studies Peace Corps (U.S.) Social surveys,  Volunteer workers in community development

Title: Peace Corps Brazil Staff and exVolunteers

URL: http://www.expcvsbrazil.com/

Collection: American University

Description: The Peace Corps Brazil site was launched in July 2000, to bring together the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCV) who served in Brazil between 1962 and 1980. According to the official Peace Corps website, 4,150 volunteers served in Brazil, many of which worked in community development programs, between 1962 and 1981 when it was officially shuttered due to the increasingly strained political relationship between Brazil and the United States. The Peace Corps Brazil site contains several back issues of the Friends of Brazil newsletter and the Chopp Talk newsletter, Peace Corps Brazil reunion information, information on RPCVs organized by state, group, and staff, RPCV and staff news, photos, stories, and histories of the Peace Corps in Brazil. The website was donated in June 2015 to the American University Library Peace Corps Community Archive by Gene Whitmer, who began and maintained the site until it was shut down in July 2015.

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Subject:   Peace Corps (U.S.),  Volunteer workers in community development

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