Life doesn’t stop for you, nor me and while our life went on, so did theirs. Only the people who’ve I’ve shared this journey called Peace Corps with will understand the emotions that will rush me upon returning home
Stephen Bubenheim, 131 TESS Wake up. Hard bed and bones creak. Walk to the fridge; a dead lizard inside. How’d you manage that? Sugary powdered not-coffee. Ants in the water heater. Ants […]
Caitlin Navratil, 131 YinD I should have known. I should have known when it took a group of 15 trainees 45 minutes to determine who was going to visit which school. There […]
Andrea A., 130 YinD Of course, we all became members of Peace Corps to contribute to its mission. The best part about being a volunteer is having the privilege of helping others. […]
Michael ‘Beaux’ Mudd, 128 TCCS I unlock my bike from the tree and begin walking it by the lunch area, heading to the main road on my way home. As I walk […]
Mercedes Sullivan, ED15 – Tanzania When I first began my application process to the Peace Corps I was excited about all the possibilities to come. I was curious about where in the […]
Terisa Tribble, 127 TCCS Late last March, I was approached by the Peace Corps office inquiring as to whether or not I was available and/or interested in meeting and having lunch with […]
Have You Eaten Yet? Season 2, Episode 8: Why I Joined. Join HYEY? at PC Pre-service Training (PST) as we interview new volunteers and ask them why they joined the Peace Corps.