Worldview magazine is a 27-year-old quarterly magazine of news and commentary about the Peace Corps world, the only magazine dedicated to bringing the events and people of the less-developed places in this world to U.S. readers.
In each issue, the editors provide a Peace Corps perspective to global issues by featuring articles by and about Peace Corps Volunteers, Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and people who share the global values of the Peace Corps experience.
We welcome you to write to the editor, subscribe, or ask about advertising in the magazine. WorldView is a benefit of NPCA membership — become a member today.
“I would like to thank you for all of the amazing work you put into WorldView magazine. Reading it gives me a great feeling of solidarity with other Volunteers and RPCVs around the world and always serves to remind me that I’m part of something very special, and something that is much bigger than I am.”
— Anna Waterfield (Tanzania 2012 to present)
“I have read Worldview for years now and it was FABULOUS to get at post. It’s important to know someone, somewhere out there is doing what you are doing, with a twist, and that’s what keeps volunteers serving and communities asking for more….this publication really does make a difference.”
— Rachael Miller (Benin 2006-2008)
Whether you served ten weeks–or ten years–ago, WorldView magazine keeps you in touch with the Peace Corps experience! Get the Peace Corps perspective on global issues and find out about the ongoing work of people like you: people who want to make a difference.
We have a limited number of print copies of back issues of the magazine available for purchase. Click here to learn more.
Winter 2013 – Changemaking – Vol. 26, No. 4
Fall 2013 – Sports and the Peace Corps – Vol. 26, No. 3
Summer 2013 – Host Country Nationals – Vol. 26, no. 2
Spring 2013 – Diversity in the Peace Corps – Vol. 26, no. 1
Winter 2012/13 – Travel – Vol. 25, no.4
Fall 2012 – Green Living – Vol. 25, no.3
Summer 2012 – Peacebuilding – Vol. 25, no.2
Spring 2012 – Jobs and Careers – Vol. 25, no.1