Indonesia

Stories from Indonesia

Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell. Read stories from Volunteers about what it's like to live and work in Indonesia.

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I’ve been trying to find the typical day in my life to share with all of you. However, there is no “typical” day.

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Bu Sari, an English teacher in Northeast Java, did not have a Peace Corps volunteer assigned to her school. Nevertheless, when Maggie, a volunteer in her local community, came to her in 2012 asking her to help organize the first local Camp IGLOW (Indonesian Girls Leading Our World), Bu Sari stepped up. 

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On top of a mountain, surrounding a lake, lies a small village called Ngebel. 

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I started my day annoyed. A local Islamic boarding school had asked me to meet with their students and told me they would pick me up in a car at 7 a.m.. 

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VIDEO: Hospitality in Indonesia

Volunteer Maximillian Anderson shares his introduction to Indonesian hospitality.

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Cordell Capritta

At my school, there is a 10th grade student named Ricky. 

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Indonesia sunrise

Rise with the sun.

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Michaela Varone Indonesia

One of the many things that I've come to embrace about my new life in Indonesia are the simple serendipities happening to me on a daily basis.

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Mitchell Hauser My Indonesian home

Rumah Indonesia saya means 'my Indonesian home.'

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commute jordan

Peace Corps Volunteers trek through mountains, deserts, fields, rainforests and rivers to get to their service sites. Here’s what commuting looks like for 11 Volunteers and returned Volunteers around the world.

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