Serving Volunteer Advisory Council
The purpose of the NPCA Serving Volunteer Advisory Council (SVAC) is to create a regular two-way channel of communication between serving Peace Corps Volunteers and the NPCA, the nonprofit organization that connects the Peace Corps community at home and abroad. SVAC’s job is to informally advise the President of the National Peace Corps Association on issues related to Peace Corps Volunteers who are currently in the field.
The Council comprises 12 Senior Advisors, supported by the SVAC Coordinator and an unlimited number of Advisors (current PCVs) and Special Advisors (RPCVs), who specialize in one of twelve areas.
For more information about the NPCA Serving Volunteer Advisory Council, visit the SVAC website here. (http://www.pcv.me)
View the founding SVAC Framework.
SVAC hosts monthly Town Hall Meeting the third Monday of the month at at 9:00am EST (6:00am PT) and we want YOU to be there! Register here.
Listen in on the last Town Hall Meeting.