Bobbe Seibert with women from her "Jelly Group" cleaning their work station after making jelly in Honduras in 2000.
Peace Corp Volunteers (PCVs) work on a variety of assignments within their given communities, which can be in either rural and urban areas. PCVs teach everything from English to hygiene to science to both students and future teachers. PCVs also provide agricultural training and coordinate improvement projects such as building schools and libraries. PCVs regularly participate in community projects outside of their specific work assignments.
Letter to Ronald Dizon thanking him for his work with Operation Help.
Gage Skinner demonstrating how to handle bees to Richard Antileo, a Mapuche Indian, at the reservation near Lumaco, Chile.
In her diary, Winifred Boge wrote about teaching her first class on food preparation and her daily activities.
Rachel Teter painting a mural in the new community library in El Plátano, Panama.
Peter Wadsworth pulling in fishing nets with his fellow cooperative members in 1967.
A 4-C garden and rabbit hutches built as part of a Peace Corps project in Cheiro-Cue, Paraguay.
Three Peace Corps Volunteers doing a puppet show in Mallorquin during a 4-C fair.
Letter thanking Albert Briggs for his violin lecture for the Music and Drama Society at the Penang Free School.
Meghan Keith-Hynes speaking to a Haitian woman near a stone circle plot.
Stephen Bossi and Ram Murthy building a spring balance from bamboo at a science workshop.
Thomas Hebert performing in "The Gossip of Ewa" with his students at Ahmadiyya Grammar School in Nigeria.
Willie Gaither and another Peace Corps Volunteer sitting on a bridge they helped build in Eastern Nigeria.