M27 Cohort – Serving from 2016-2018
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.
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.
Photographer, countryside PCV, and a well-documented first year.
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.
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.
An Ulaanbaatar PCV who was a huge advocate for diversity and inclusion at our post.
M25 Cohort – Served from 2014-2016
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.
One of my favorite blogs from a mid-career PCV who was the wise and comforting confidante for many volunteers.