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Background Information

Employment History

Jerusalem Perspective


Forest Home Christian Conference Center


Kibbutz Yagur


Affiliations

Hebrew University

Secretary for the Armenian Studies Program


Education

B.A.

Elementary Education

L.A. State College


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Jerusalem Perspective Online Premium Content Authors

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Josa Bivin
Jerusalem Perspective Online Premium Content Authors Josa Bivin Raised in Southern California, Josa Bivin is a graduate of BIOLA's two-year Bible course. She received a B.A. in Elementary Education from L.A. State College. Her first teaching assignment was in California's Walnut school district. During the summers and on winter weekends, she worked at Forest Home Christian Conference Center located in the mountains near Los Angeles. Bivin's first trip to Israel in 1966 brought her to Haifa. She later worked at Kibbutz Yagur as a volunteer. After a month of getting up at 4:30 a.m. to pick apples and grapes, she left the kibbutz and moved to Kfar Shmaryahu (near Tel Aviv), becoming the first dorm mother for the Baptist high school students studying at the American International School. Returning to California just prior to the Six-Day War, Bivin again taught school, saving her money until she was able to return to Israel in 1968. Presently, Bivin is working as secretary for the Hebrew University's Armenian Studies Program. As a second-generation Armenian American, she spends her spare time researching her family history and continues to discover lost relatives.


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