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|Bob Levitan started in Federated_States_of_Micronesia 1983|
|Education in Federated_States_of_Micronesia:|
|Chris Campe, Maura J. Fulton, Maura Fulton, Harmon Howze, Bob Levitan, Maureen Payne|
|Other Volunteers who served in Federated_States_of_Micronesia
|Chris Campe, Maura Fulton, Maura J. Fulton, Harmon Howze, Andrew Karrer, P. F. Kluge, Bob Levitan, Maureen Payne|
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I spent three years teaching construction skills as a Electrical/Plumbing Instructor at a Jesuit Trade High School in Micronesia. I lived with a local family for the duration of my stay there and still keep in touch with them, now via e-mail. Back then it was quite different from now. We had no electricity or running water. Without a doubt, my time there was truely "The Toughest Job I'll Ever Love". I gave a lot, but got back 10 times what I gave.