Know An HCN Whose Ideas You Think Could Change The World? Nominate Them For This Fellowship.

April 23, 2018 Know An HCN Whose Ideas You Think Could Change The World? Nominate Them For This Fellowship. In an effort to add newer, more innovative ideas to the global conversation about development,...

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The Next Great Peace Corps Book?

April 20, 2018 We love to hear your Peace Corps stories. And for those returned volunteers wanting to put their stories in print, John Coyne (Ethiopia 1962-1964) is here to help. Author of 26 books of...

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Peter’s $#!{{? Day

March 21, 2018 Peter Clark (Kyryzstan, 2009-2010) recalls a challenging day on the playground early in his service, and we take a look back at the scatological memories that defined his service as emcee...

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A Gambian Funeral

March 21, 2018 Ryan Smith (The Gambia, 2007-2009) sees how a community deals with death during his first months in the Peace Corps....

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Sometimes you just have to vomit

March 21, 2018 Julie Behrens (Honduras, 2004-2006) takes her first work trip and almost makes it home in one piece....

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Josh makes a tough decision

March 21, 2018 Josh Norman (Togo, 2000-2002) remembers a tough decision when he had to choose between a project and a person....

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Breaking the rules of partying in the Peace Corps

March 21, 2018 Jane Garcia Buhks (Nicaragua, 2010-2012) and Robyn Fiedler (Nicaragua, 2011-2013) remember a night where they broke all the rules of partying, but they got through it together....

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The day I almost tasted heaven

March 21, 2018 Sarah Porter (Macedonia, 2005-2007) discovers how sweet a little taste of home can be....

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Giving thanks in the shadow of 9/11 1 year ago1 year ago

March 21, 2018 Shawna Miller (Honduras, 2001-2003) saw the events of September 11 from a distance, but experienced a closeness she didn’t expect....

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If only I’d killed that chicken

March 21, 2018 To Teresa Liu (East Timor, 2003-2005), why did the chicken cross the road? takes on life or death consequences....

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