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|Joel Fritzler started in Botswana 1990|
|Joel Fritzler, Robert S. Wright|
|Tom Baillieul, Joel Fritzler|
|Joel Fritzler, James Spindler|
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|Joel Fritzler, Steve Wade|
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 Description of Service
I spent the first 18 months at the Lobatse Brigades (a vocational training centre) in the Town of Lobatse managing the furniture production unit and teaching carpentry theory and technical drawing. These positions were turned over to my counterparts and I moved to the Village of Shoshong where I worked for the Shoshong Development Trust where I taught basic business skills to the managers of various production units.
 Lessons Learned
 About Joel Fritzler Today
After spending four months traveling home, I applied for & received a one-year UNV position working for the UNHCR's refugee program in Malawi. While in Malawi, I learned of a new PC Fellows program at Illinois State University in rural community development. Upon my return home, I was accepted to the program.