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  • Want to have a potluck with RPCVs who served in your COS?
  • Having a garage sale and want to invite the SDPCA folk?
  • Seeking a dear PC friend who served with you?  
  • Want to invite us all to a party?  
  • Know of an peace activist event you think we should attend?

Send your notices to from which they will be posted.

  • Be sure to include important details and dates
  • Edit your material to approximately 45 words or less
  • Though this website is for RPCVs, access is open to all 
  • We recommend use of email addresses only and with discretion


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50th Anniversary Digital Library – Calling all RPCVs and Volunteers!

Peace Corps invites you to contribute to our digital library—a searchable collection of photos, stories and documents about Peace Corps, the Volunteer experience, and the agency’s legacy of service around the globe.

As we approach Peace Corps’ 50th anniversary, please help us reach our goal of including photos and stories from each country where Volunteers have served, and from each decade of Peace Corps history.  You can contribute one story and up to five photos from your Peace Corps service using our online process. 

Interested?  Go to to start your submission or browse the growing collection of materials

Questions? Suggestions? 


–Kirsten Radewagen


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Posted: August 4, 2008 -- Ongoing
Mentoring for Global Citizenship:
Become a Mentor / Contact a Mentor

Coordinating Connection through--
--NPCA (nationally) -
--Mercy Corps (nationally) -
--Local Affiliates – SDPCA (locally)

• Connecting RPCVS across the country to mentors
• Identifing RPCVs to be mentors to other RPCVs

To learn more about the RPCV Mentoring Program, visit the website at

• SDPCA Mentoring
SDPCA's has identified local RPCVs for others who seeking mentors in a variety of topics.
.......Go to SDPCAs Member-to-Member Services
.......Contact for more information --
.............. to serve as a mentor and/or to work with a mentor.

• Put your Peace Corps Experience to Work: Become a Mentor!
NPCA and Mercy Corps ( created the **NPCA/Global Citizen Corps Mentoring Program** through which Returned Peace Corps Volunteers provide key advice, support and mentoring to exceptional high school student leaders selected each year to join Mercy Corps' Global Citizens Corps (GCC) Leadership Program.

The program provides a unique opportunity for RPCVs to help educate, inspire and empower young people from across the U.S. to fight global poverty - and it's all done online! By mentoring tomorrow's leaders, we support the Third Goal of Peace Corps. We foster the next generation of Peace Corps Volunteers. We keep the flame alive.

Learn more about the program and apply online at:

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posted: February 17, 2008
Help Build a History of our PC Experience

(PCWiki is NOT affiliated with Peace Corps)

Where: Online collaborative history
.....A "Wiki" (place in Wikipedia) for recording PC experience
When: Ongoing, to access, add to, modify when you wish

An Open Letter (Download full text of e-mail letter):

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Posted: December 1, 2007
Peace Corps cloth

From Friends of Cameroon

If you are looking for the perfect Peace Corps related gift, look no further. The Friends of Cameroon has designed a stunning, multilingual "pagne" (the six-meter length of African cloth) that incorporates the Peace Corps logo, the continent of Africa, and the names of all the countries where Peace Corps has ever been active in Africa. An image of the cloth is available at

Each piece is enough cloth for one woman's outfit or 2 to 3 men's jumpers. The cloth also makes a creative table cloth, window curtain, wall decoration, and more. The pagne project helps to fund development projects in Cameroon, including four HIV/AIDS education projects that FOC funded in 2006.

We arranged for another printing of the pagnes in Cameroon and have a limited number available. Since they sold out last time, do not delay to place an advance orders. The price is $38 plus $6 shipping per piece.

Ordering information
To order the cloth, which will ship immediately, send a check for the number of pieces you would like made out to "Friends of Cameroon." Please send payment to:

FOC Pagne
13201 Stravinsky Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20904




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