8 Best Blogs to Follow About Peace Corps

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 Peace Corps Community Economic Development Volunteer in Peru. I graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a minor in Marketing. I’m a piano teaching, Pinterest junkie, photographer with a passion for volunteering.

Peace Corps Stories


Tell Stories. Live Stories. There are a lot of stories out there waiting for you to live them. Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell. Do you have one? Share your story with us!

Peace Corps West


Peace Corps West features the newest Peace Corps Volunteers and stories from current and former Volunteers in the 13-state West Region. Offices are located in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle.

Rebekah Writes | Stories of a Peace Corps Volunteer in Macedonia


I’m Rebekah (the one who writes). I am a Peace Corps Volunteer in Macedonia, where I am part of the teaching English as a foreign language program. I’ve had a number of titles before adding PCV, including student, baker, construction worker, teacher, and most recently, journalist. Other titles include adventurer, feminist, aunt, and sports fan. I’ve studied and worked in journalism and education, and I’m passionate about both. I have lived in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and as of Sept. 13, 2014, Macedonia.

Alicia Carter


I am currently a S.S. Peace corps volunteer in Lesotho, southern Africa. This is an account of my life as a healthy youth advisor focused on HIV/AIDS care & prevention.

Next Steppe in Life — Chronicles of a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mongolia


Blog chronicling my 27-month service with The United States Peace Corps in Mongolia.

Peace Corps Honduras


Not Exactly Retired


We’re still working — but now as Peace Corps volunteers. Join us on the journey.

Originally published at www.guyfrog.org on April 11, 2017.

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