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Scott Zoromski applied to the Peace Corps after two years of college, hoping the experience would give him clarity on what he wanted to do with his life. After ten weeks of teacher training at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, he continued training in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, Zoromski taught industrial arts in a secondary school in Olanchito, nestled in a banana-growing area. The school was built and equipped with help from USAID. After completing his bachelor's degree, Zoromski went on to a life-long career in teaching. He remained in close touch with his Honduran friends, and finally had the chance to return to Honduras to visit them in 2016. 2 digital audio files (web streaming files combined into 1 file). Interviewed and recorded by Phyllis Noble, April 8, 2016.
Date(s) of Materials: 8 April 2016
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