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  1. St. Kitts and Nevis Violet Petty After School

    This is a picture of a few fourth graders who I worked with for two years.  I feel the lighting and the closeness of the photo enhances their expressions and beauty succinctly. 

  2. St. Kitts and Nevis Violet Petty After School

    I love how each child's personality comes out when they are consciously trying to pose for a photo.

  3. St. Kitts and Nevis DWC Primary School Student

    My first day at the Dr. William Connor Primary School, and I am confronted with the reality that students do not have common classroom objects, like pencils and paper, textbooks, or even garbage cans for each room. 

  4. St. Kitts and Nevis Sisters

    In November 2009, two sisters from my school and neighborhood share an evening view of the Atlantic Ocean from my backyard in Belle Vue, St. Kitts.

  1. St. Kitts and Nevis 180 degree turn

    From the NBA to the ICC, from sushi to yucky cookup, from driving through 5 lane highways to reckless buses and uphill hikes home, from chilly nights wrapped in blankets to multiple cold showers and fans. But oddly enough, the things I thought I missed the most about home, I missed while I was there. I rubbed my feet back and forth through the soft carpet, blasted MY music in the car while driving, drank endless amounts of milk and OJ, and took long hot showers. But when its out of sig...

  2. St. Kitts and Nevis It's better to have something to remember than nothing to regret

    Before leaving for service, I contemplated the friends' weddings I'd miss, babies I’d meet after they were toddlers, holidays I’d spend away from family and milestones I’d miss out on while living in a foreign land. There were the jobs I couldn’t have. The money I couldn’t save. It was all a little overwhelming. Was the Peace Corps worth all that I’d be giving up? Now I know. Yes. But I didn’t realize why until a fellow EC80er was sent back to the states. She wasn’t ready to go. There...

  1. St. Kitts and Nevis 50th Anniversary Celebration in St. Kitts & Nevis

    Peace Corps celebrates 50 years in the Eastern Caribbean (1961-2011) on June 3rd in Independence Square, Basseterre, St. Kitts. 16 volunteers took part in the festivities, and hosted hundreds of students, co-workers, host country nationals, and tourists to activities, games, and info kiosks about the global mission of the Peace Corps and its history in the Eastern Caribbean.

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Map of St. Kitts and Nevis
status
Open
program dates
1961-Present
current volunteers
73
cumulative volunteers
3,638

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.