Get Connected and Follow Along at Peace Corps Connect – Boston 2013!
By Kelly Reid on Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
Can’t make it to Boston for the annual Peace Corps Connect event? This year there are more ways than ever to stay connected from your computer, tablet, or mobile device! Don’t miss out on any of the excitement in Boston — get connected now and make sure that you’re following along this weekend, June 28-29, as the Peace Corps community comes together to reconnect, share ideas, and enjoy a fun-filled weekend!
Here are some ways to stay connected:
The National Peace Corps Association’s Facebook page will provide a portal into some of the daily happenings in Boston. If you haven’t already, make sure to “like” us to get the most up to date photos, statuses and shares from the event. If you have friends attending Peace Corps Connect, check the page often and tag them in the photos we post!
(Also, do you have a cool Peace Corps tattoo? A photo of a pet you met while serving overseas? Our Facebook account posts weekly photos of both! Be sure to check out our page to see some other neat things the NPCA posts about all year long.)
Receive short, up-to-date information and find out whats going on every step of the way by following the National Peace Corps Association’s twitter account, @pcorpsconnect! In staying with our usual Friday RPCV chat tradition, we will still be holding a chat session in Boston on Friday, June 28 at noon (hashtag #rpcvchat). Be sure to link up with our twitter for further RPCV chat updates and all the latest news out of Peace Corps Connect - Boston. The hashtag for the event is “#pccbos”!
Guidebook, an application being used for this year’s Peace Corps Connect event, will provide schedule information, maps and more on your phone or mobile device. Available for iOS, Android, Blackberry and web-enabled devices, completely free, Guidebook is your go-to source for figuring our what events are happening, when, and where. Get the app now!
Experience Peace Corps Connect - Boston 2013 in photos! Connect to our Instagram account and catch a glimpse of the events, people, and ceremonies that fill Peace Corps Connect’s jam-packed Boston weekend. By following us on Instagram you will be able to get an inside look at speakers, exhibits, and much more.
In addition, the Awards Ceremony for the Harris Wofford Global Citizen Award, the Sargent Shriver Award for Distinguished Humanitarian Service and the Loret Miller Ruppe Award for Outstanding Community Service will be video recorded for future use.
Get connected now and follow along as the NPCA sends all the action from Boston to your computer, tablet, or mobile device!