Jillian

Volunteer: Jillian

Bio:

Not given

2009 - 2011


Contributions from Jillian

  1. Honduras Going native

    Like almost everyone else, I thought that I would end up living and working in a small village.  However, I quickly realized in training that I preferred a larger site, and was placed in a small city that had everything one needs.  The one drawback was not seeing the "culture," or how things were vastly different from the States. I arrived to the point where I was preparing for COS and I was working in a mountain community and touched what I refer to as Honduran poison ivy.  Actuall...

  1. Honduras Training Days

    The photo was taken after a hot day of working in 105F weather working cement to build a pila.  The work was hard and long, but exciting and made for excellent friendships.

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