Kyle’s Journey in Armenia

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  • Kyle? In Armenia?

    My name is Kyle, and I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Noyemberyan, Armenia. I lived here from 2006-2008, and worked as an Information Technology volunteer for the US Peace Corps. In addition to my primary assignment developing my region's WiFi internet, I also taught computer and English classes to area youth. Thank you for visiting!

    This blog remains available for historical purposes, but is no longer actively maintained.

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Aug 2008
Final Post
Posted in Peace Corps by Kyle at 9:30 am | 1 Comment »

As you may have noticed, I have moved the site from the domain name to my personal site, I will not be updating this blog anymore, but will leave it up indefinitely as a reference for people considering the Peace Corps or want to learn more about Armenia.

That being said, Peace Corps for me was a great experience, but something that is really impossible to document in words and pictures. I would be happy to talk to anyone about my journey that wants to listen. I also encourage anyone who’s considering Peace Corps to go for it; you won’t regret it.

Good luck, and thank you for reading these past two years. Tsesetsyun!

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