More PC Mongolia Blogs

Every volunteer in Mongolia has a unique experience shaped by our sector, the school or organization we work with, the size of our towns, our housing, the region we live in, and the proximity of other volunteers. We also have different backgrounds which affect how we process and view what is happening around us. For this reason I have included a list below of some other Peace Corps Mongolia Volunteers’ blogs in the hope that this will be helpful for those of you considering applying for the Peace Corps and simply interesting for the rest of you.

Wherever the Wind Shall Blow: Mary, an M26 Community Youth Development (CYD) Volunteer and my site mate

Gone Awhile: Anna, an M27 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Zuun Ba Baruun: Perrin and Sebastian, M27 Secondary School TEFL Volunteers

Jennifer Myung: Jennifer, an M26 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer and a winner of the Peace Corps Blog It Home Competition

Mongolian Adventures: Caleb and Sally, M26 TEFL and CYD Couple

Steppe by Steppe: Hanna, an M26 CYD Volunteer

Nothin’ But Blue Skies: Kira, an M26 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Mongolian Hospitality: Valerie, an M27 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Calgolia: Caleb, an M26 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Mongolia Bound: Amanda, an M26 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Cheetah Spreads Love: Cheetah, an M27 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer

Mandy in Mongolia: Mandy, an M26 Secondary School TEFL Volunteer, this one isn’t actually a blog, but a YouTube channel

Prose and Khans: Paquita and James, an M27 TEFL couple