Seeking: Leaders in the Serving Peace Corps Volunteer Community
By Erica Burman on Thursday, March 28th, 2013
Are you a currently serving Peace Corps Volunteer looking to broaden your leadership skills, meet and collaborate with other Volunteers from around the world, and develop connections with the Returned Volunteer community?? If so then the NPCA Serving Volunteer Advisory Council wants YOU to become a Senior Advisor!! Today’s leaders among serving Volunteers, are tomorrow’s leaders in the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer community.
The Serving Volunteer Advisory Council (SVAC) is seeking new Senior Advisors to replace current and future COS-ing Volunteers. Advisors represent 12 different areas of focus and the current and future openings for new Senior Advisors are:
- Field Training
- Community Building
- Public Relations
The Serving Volunteer Advisor Council creates a regular two-way channel of communication between serving Peace Corps Volunteers and the NPCA – the nonprofit organization that connects and champions Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community. The SVAC also provides a way for Volunteers around the world to exchange information and ideas as they move toward their close of service.
SVAC welcomes all Volunteers to apply now for Advisor positions – spaces will be filled on a rolling basis, so please apply soon!! To learn more about the roles and responsibilities of Advisors, current SVAC projects and initiatives, or to apply to become an Advisor, please visit the SVAC Advisors page.