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.
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,
FROG has partnered with Peace Corps Guyana to host the volunteer quarterly, The GAFF. If you want to follow along with what current PCVs are up to in Guyana, check out the GAFF on the FROG website.
The winter edition is up now, feel free to check it out online.
I’ve scoured the Creative Commons for some of the more amazing photos from Peace Corps volunteers around the world over the past 30 years. Below you will find 10 amazing Peace Corps pictures that I was able to find. Take a look.
Mukuvisi Woodlands, to the east
Please make plans to join members, friends, and the board of FROG Fundraiser & Meeting in Washington DC May 24-25.
Sunday, May 25th, starting at 6 pm
Local 16, 1602 U St NW, DC
$5 drink specials for first hour
10% of net sales from bar donated to FROG grant
Congratulations to Marissa Garcia, a Peace Corps Volunteer from GUY24, on the successful completion of Art Camp in Charity. Here is the summary of her work, along with some great pictures!
Art Camp started July 15th and ended July 19th from 12:30pm to 3-4pm depending on the activity that
YEGG Project Description
Host an all day workshop which will accommodate 100 youths between the ages of 7 to 16, both males and females. Sessions in the three disciplines of Karate, Dance and Capoeira will be offered, each running for three hours. The youths will be introduced to the
The assignment was to upgrade the reading instruction at St. Barnabas Special School. No child enrolled in the school could read beyond a 7 years 4 months reading age (and most fell below a 6 year reading age level) and when my term of service began and no teacher
It’s that time of year – another FROG Grant deadline is almost here!
FROG provides assistance in the form of small grants and resources to support community driven projects. The FROG Grant Program funds projects that support education, the arts, health, the environment, and social and economic development. Grants are