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M27 Cohort – Serving from 2016-2018

Anna [https://goneawhile.com]
A Chicago native, Swedish-British heritage, and a damn good photographer.

Perrin & Sebastian [https://zuunbabaruun.wordpress.com]
A joint blog between two M27 volunteers living in different provinces with different lifestyles.

Emma [https://inthelandofthebluesky.wordpress.com
An Education-TEFL PCV blog with wonderfully written topical posts.

M26 Cohort – Serving from 2015-2017

Eric & Emily [http://eesinbluesky.blogspot.com]
Young married couple from Kentucky currently serving in the northwest part of Mongolia. It’s very cold there but they survivin’.

Caleb & Sally [http://calsalmongolia.blogspot.com/]
A young married couple from Alabama who plans to save part of their living allowance for a post-service TranSiberian railroad trip.

Ian [https://chasingmongolia.wordpress.com
Photographer, countryside PCV, and a well-documented first year.

Sanne [https://sannebergh.com]
Journalist by trade documenting PCV life like it is.

Sally Anne [https://27monthslater.wordpress.com/
Community Youth Development PCV who has awesome Third Goal posts. If you’ve got questions about what it’s like to serve here, she’s probably covered it on her blog.

Renee [http://reneemelton.com]
One of the handful of PCVs who live in Bayan-Olgii, the western most province of Mongolia where volunteers learn to speak Kazakh and live in a completely different culture than the rest of us.

Candice [http://cnmacon.wixsite.com/candiceinmongolia]
An Ulaanbaatar PCV who was a huge advocate for diversity and inclusion at our post.

M25 Cohort – Served from 2014-2016

Elisa [https://abroadinbluesky.wordpress.com
An eloquently written blog that really makes you think. Elisa has ended her service and is now with Peace Corps Headquarters in Washington D.C.

Joanna [https://blueskiesandyaks.wordpress.com]
One of my favorite blogs from a mid-career PCV who was the wise and comforting confidante for many volunteers.