PCV Spotlight: Thoughts and Stories from the Field

In honor of Peace Corps Week 2015, we started a series of guest posts from other Peace Corps Volunteers around Nicaragua. Our hope is to help you get to know a little bit more of Nicaragua and Peace Corps through the stories of other PVCs (and perhaps even some RPCVs), in addition to our own.

The best advice we received both when we were thinking about applying for Peace Corps, and then later during training, is that every service is different – every country, every site, every volunteer. We’re hoping that this feature can share a bit of those differences with you.


PCV Spotlights:

Jessica
Nica 63 Entrepreneurship Education Volunteer (Small Business)
March 2014 – June 2016
On Being an Entrepreneurship Education
                                                         Volunteer

 

Tim
Nica 63 Health Volunteer
March 2014 – June 2016
On Finding Success in the Peace Corps

 

Zach
Nica 62 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Volunteer
August 2013 – November 2015
On What Peace Corps Means to Me

 

Anna
Nica 63 Health Volunteer
March 2014 – June 2016
On Being a Health Volunteer

 

Matt
Nica 63 Small Business Volunteer
March 2014 – June 2016
What Peace Corps Means To Me

 

Jen and community classJen
Nica 64 Teaching English as a
Foreign Language (TEFL) Volunteer
August 2014 – November 2016
Finding Success in the Peace Corps

 

Alba
Nica 60 Teaching English as a
Foreign Language (TEFL) Volunteer
September 2012 – May 2015
Lessons Learned & Gender Equality

 

Charchar
Nica 64 Teaching English as a
Foreign Language (TEFL) Volunteer
August 2014 – November 2016
What Peace Corps Means To Me

 

Tara and family/friendsTara
Nica 60 Environmental Education Volunteer & Third Year PCV Leader
September 2012 – December 2015
What Peace Corps Means To Me

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