RPCV Neil Pickus is interviewed by his brother, a correspondent for WAMC News, about the recent Peace Corps Evacuation. Listen to the podcast here.
Thank you, Group 130!
As the 27-month service of Group 130 comes to an end, we – Group 131 – have found ourselves reflecting on all that you have done to teach us, encourage us, and […]
Year-In-Review: Best Funny Moments Of 2019
As we enter the new year, a few writers of Peace Corps Thailand Magazine reflect on their best funny story, miscommunication, or “oops” of 2019: Megan McNelis, 131 TESS For better or […]
Neil Pickus, 131 YinD July 2019 was perhaps the most transient and fleeting month of my life so far. I was in and out (mostly out) of my “regular” life at site, […]
Group 131 Yearbook: Words of Appreciation
Counterparts and Community of Group 131 Every year, during the first few months of service, Peace Corps staff visit the new group of Peace Corps Volunteers at their sites to see how […]
We Can Do Hard Things: Thank You, Khun Kathryn
For the past five years, Kathryn Goldman has served as Director of Programming and Training of Peace Corps Thailand. Staff, PCVs and RPCVs would like to say thank you to Kathryn for […]
Meeting in the Middle: A Counterpart’s Condolences
Neil Pickus, 131 YinD Peace Corps service calls upon volunteers not only to serve their communities abroad, but to create an atmosphere that allows for personal growth and cultural understanding. In many […]
Sticky Rice Staff
Editor-in-Chief Caitlin Navratil Assistant Editor-in-Chief Bianca Henao Editors Katherine Gallagher Megan McNelis Writers Ian Tramm Kevin Lentz Neil Pickus Nick D’Addio Shannon Murphy Berrios Stephen Bubenheim Multimedia Specialists Chukwuma Osuji Ishmail Beene […]
Never Thought I’d Be Into ___ Until I Joined Peace Corps
Check out what a few Sticky Rice staff members thought they would never be into until they joined Peace Corps. Ali Talwar, 130 TESS I never thought I’d be a proponent of […]