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The president's remarks to the Peace Corps trainees from the South Lawn of the White House August the 9th 1962 thank you very much ladies and gentlemen we're very glad to welcome you here to the White House this occasion gives me a particular sense of satisfaction to welcome 600 Americans from all parts of the country who have committed themselves to a great adventure I think for our country and more than our country or really all people I think that by the end of this year we'll have more than 5,000 peace Coleman men and women of all ages serving abroad in all parts of the world in countries about which most Americans knew little 10 years ago countries which we did not even exist know exist 20 years ago this is an extraordinary action by this country and I know that you are proud to a take part in it and I must say that it gives me the greatest satisfaction that it's taking place at this time I've been through the list of the various areas to which you're going jojje Town University 307 secondary school teachers for Ethiopia perhaps you could hold up your hand those of you going to Ethiopia now we got to medical doctors for Ethiopia or they were included in that group now they're 11 teaches nurses auto mechanics Afghanistan they hold up they're not yet at it they've going to have together all right now from George Washington University 76 secondary and college teachers Agricultural Extension workers for Nepal with a University of Maryland 48 secondary school teachers and agricultural workers for turkey and 36 teachers at all levels for British Honduras you've got them sort of down that antler 19 school secondary school teachers for Ecuador 12 secondary school teachers for Venezuela at Howard University 29 rural development workers for Cyprus that's better than going to British Honduras I don't think 22 English teachers for Togo 20 medical doctors nurses and technicians for Togo nine fishermen for Togo seven English teaches four Niger and six English teachers for Senegal nine medical doctors nurses technicians for Sierra Leone 613 well I must say I wish that all Americans could hear that let me of countries that you're going to your willingness to do it and I hope that when you come back that we can persuade you to come and serve in the United States government in other areas particularly in the Foreign Service in all of the areas of which because I think the United States is so heavily involved in so many parts of the world we are so in need of dedicated men and women of talent and experience that I can think of no more significant recruiting ground than the Peace Corps for our future Foreign Service offices for those who represent our information services and aid agencies abroad so I hope that you will regard this as the first installment in a long life of service in the most exciting career in the most exciting time and that is serving this country in the 60s and the 70s so we're very proud to have you here the White House belongs to all the people but I think it particularly belongs to you Applause