The Spring 2017 Guyana Gaff Newsletter is available online if you’re interested in reading it. It’s a great look into the lives of Peace Corps Guyana volunteers as they carry on with their work and life abroad.
We recently caught up with one of our newest scholars, Teyjas Singh, to talk about his first semester at UG, where he is studying Civil Engineering.
Tejyas Singh grew up in New Amsterdam, where his interest in Civil Engineering was piqued at a young age. When the pontoon bridge was being
I put together a collection of the top 9 Guyana gifs from around the country of Guyana. This collection of gifs are places, animals, and people from around the country. My goal here was to highlight the diversity of Guyana through snippets of video.
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FROG is celebrating 10 years! It’s hard to believe we’re celebrating 10 years, it feels like we just launched FROG! Really though, we’ve come very far and none of this would be possible without your help!
Over the years you have bought calendars, attended our fundraisers, donated money, volunteered. and
Are you curious to learn more about the Peace Corps, what it’s like, and how volunteers live? I have put together the 10 best Peace Corps YouTube videos highlighting just this. Each of these videos is quite different, some living conditions may seem familiar while others are very different.
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April 19 – Berkeley, CA – Information Session: UC Berkeley
April 19 – Bothell, WA – UW Bothell Spring Job and Internship Fair
April 21 – Morgantown,
These are the 8 best blogs to follow about Peace Corps. I’ve looked over dozens of blogs of current Peace Corps volunteers and found these to be the most current and interesting. Take a look!
No Sleep Till Peace
Hey ya’ll! My name is Brooklynn and I am a
National Peace Corps Association has teamed up with Airbnb and Service Year Alliance to invite RPCVs (i.e. you!) to become Airbnb hosts and open your homes to alumni of national service.
As returned Peace Corps Volunteers we recognize, honor and support all alumni of national service. That’s why we are
Peace Corps has the potential to be fierce, and it should be. Like RuPaul, Peace Corps should push boundaries and break barriers and create a fierce group of volunteers, ready to take on the world.
Some ask if the Peace Corps, as we know it, is still necessary for this