State-by-State Advocacy Resources

(NOTE: We are in the process of updating our congressional delegation and state specific summaries to reflect the new year and the new, 116th Congress. We anticipate having updated resources on/about February 20th. Thank you for your patience!)

 

When taking part in NPCA's National Days of Action, district office meetings or related advocacy initiatives, we work to provide you with top-line materials, including state specific background materials.

  • Congressional Delegations: For each state, we have updated (as of August 2017) two-page summaries of Senators and Congressmen/women of the 115th Congress, including: Contact information, committee  assignments, key actions related to the Peace Corps, and more. Use this information judiciously, as a lack of indicated support does not always mean the lawmaker is not supportive of  the Peace Corps. One such example is some lawmakers may not sign a “Dear Colleague” letter because the letter is addressed to the committee on which they sit.
  • Your State and the Peace Corps Summaries:  We have prepared two-page summaries (updated as of February 2017) with Peace Corps information related to individual states and profiles of some notable RPCVs with current/past connections to your state.  Please contact us if you have updated information that we may want to incorporate into these documents in the future.
  • Peace Corps Reflections: Utilizing powerful Peace Corps community comments found in NPCA's 2016 member directory, we have compiled state-by-state testimonies on the impact and importance of the Peace Corps.
  • State Retirement Credit Information: These documents provide background information on policies for state employees who seek retirement credit for their Peace Corps service (as of 11/6/2015).

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