Archive - September 9, 2014

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JOBS for RPCVs
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New Book On Golf's Ryder Cup by Neil Sagebiel Published Today

JOBS for RPCVs

Peace Corps  has a webpage with job and career information on its official website. Here is the link to the Peace Corps  jobs information: http://www.peacecorps.gov/resources/returned/careercen/ The Peace Corps Returned Services for Volunteers team  emailed the following: “All Peace Corps jobs are listed on www.avuecentral.com. You will need to register and create an account to view the jobs, just as you would with USAJobs.gov.” Peace Corps staff pioneer, Dr. Robert B. Textor, crafted the policy of limited tenure at Peace Corps. His dream was a Peace Corps agency with an almost all RPCV staff. Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, (The Gambia 1987-89) Erica Burman is the Director of Communication at the National Peace Corps  Association, Erica Burman – Communications.  She reports that the NPCA also maintains a job page. Anyone can access the page, you do not have to be a member of the NPCA.  Thanks to Erica for the following link: http://www.PeaceCorpsConnect.org . . .

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New Book On Golf's Ryder Cup by Neil Sagebiel Published Today

The United States had dominated the Ryder Cup since the beginning in 1927, but in 1969, the English team, led by Tony Jacklin, fought to a historic draw.  The outcome was not decided until the last two men on the golf course arrived at the final green encircled by their 22 teammates, two captains and thousands of excited spectators. It was then that Jack Nicklaus conceded a short but miss-able putt to Tony Jacklin that resulted in the first tie in the 42-year history of the event. Draw In The Dunes is the complete untold story of a thrilling Ryder Cup and why a conceded putt became a part of golf and sports lore. Draw In The Dunes was written by golf writer Neil Sagebiel. Neil is the founder and editor of Armchair Golf Blog, one of top golf blogs on the internet.  A former copywriter for a Seattle advertising agency and . . .

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