Christopher Pinkos, TCCS 129 & PCT T4D Committee Member “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” – […]
India Wirt, 128 TCCS As Peace Corps Volunteers, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the day to day life and do only as much as you have to in order to […]
Andrew Snyder, 126 YinD Sanook, mai? Was it fun? Sanook Mak! Soooo much fun! This is probably the most important question and answer whenever we do a project or activity in our […]
Carissa Sutter, 126, with submitted information from Volunteer committees and Peace Corps Staff. What is a Peace Corps Committee? The purpose of committees in Peace Corps is widely varied and can be country-specific. In […]
Andrew Snyder, 126 How do you combine critical thinking, leadership, a little English, and a budding interest in a possible career path all while having fun? As Peace Corps Volunteers we are constantly trying […]
Linzee Prescott, 126 with Carissa Sutter, 126 You’ve spoken and we’ve listened. Finding extra time at site? The semester’s now in its first few months and things are settling down. With that […]
Jim Damico, 126 T4D stands for “Technology for Development” and is a committee of PCVs that wants to help other volunteers use technology that enhances their work in Thailand. In the past, that meant creating and maintaining a huge store of knowledge in a wiki website that all Thailand volunteers have access to but also are encouraged to contribute. On the side, we do our best to help with any tech related problems folks are having.