Construction – balancing on a roof beam, PCV Michael Bradbury (1964-66) helps two men from the village of Nyema put the finishing touches on a new school in the West African republic of Sierra Leone. A rural community action worker, Bradbury, 25, comes from New Mildford, Conn., and graduated from Clark University, Worcester, Mass. With two other Volunteers he designed and helped construct the country’s first A-frame structure for Nyema, which had many children, but no school in which to educate them. Nearly one out of every five Volunteers throughout the world is engaged in similar rural community action. The Peace Corps, which marks its fifth anniversary this spring, counts some 10,200 volunteers like Bradbury who are at work in 46 countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia and about 1,500 in training.