Podcast

Inspired by a Peace Corps Volunteer, Solomon Amuzu serves Ghana – Ep 044

May 22, 2018

Solomon Amuzu met Peace Corps Volunteer Kate Schachter 16 years ago when she was serving in his Ghanian village. From Kate, Solomon learned about organic farming and the importance of caring for our planet. Sixteen years later, Solomon is now serving his country through his organization, Call to Nature Permaculture. […]

  • Confronting and Conquering Self-doubt

    May 18, 2018

    I suffered from self-judgment during my service and continue to have bouts with self-judgment in life after Peace Corps. More important than the stories we tell others are the stories we tell ourselves. Here is how I conquer my self-doubt. […]

  • Evacuated Days After Swearing-in: Camilla Cluett, Burkina Faso 2017

    May 15, 2018

    Hours after swearing-in and becoming a Peace Corps Volunteer, Camilla Cluett and her fellow volunteers were consolidated for security concerns. Days later, she was leaving Burkina Faso for good. While her service was short, she gives insights into training and tells us what is to come of her Peace Corps story.  […]

  • What do you think of a short Friday episode each week?

    May 11, 2018

    This episode is different, something new that I am going to be trying out for the next month. I would love to hear your thoughts and reactions to it. Think of this as an audio newsletter, update, monologue, and an opportunity for me to talk a little bit more directly with my audience. […]

  • Ep #042: Nathan Fitch, Micronesia 2004-2007

    May 8, 2018

    Nathan Fitch is a filmmaker and visual journalist based in Brooklyn. He currently works in the video department of The New Yorker and recently finished his first documentary film, Island Solider, based in Micronesia, where served as a Peace Corps Volunteer. […]

  • Ep #041: Anna McGillicuddy, Thailand 2017-Now

    May 1, 2018

    During a recent trip to Thailand, I was lucky enough to have the chance to sit down with a current volunteer and learn about her service. Seated on the patio of a restaurant and Chiang Mai, I interview Anna McGillcuddy, a Youth Development Peace Corps Volunteer in northern Thailand.  […]

Service Disrupted

Service Disrupted is a telling memoir of what went both right and wrong for volunteer Tyler Lloyd while serving in the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso.

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