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Peace Corps Connect 2021 | A special 60th anniversary global virtual conference

September 23–25 | See the schedule and register now.

Pre-conference events September 18–22. Be sure to join us for a Day of Advocacy on September 22, Peace Corps Act Day — the date in 1961 that President John F. Kennedy signed the legislation creating the Peace Corps. We’ll have some very special guests for the occasion.


 

What We Do

We uphold Peace Corps ideals and advance Peace Corps-inspired initiatives.
Nearly 240,000 strong, we are a powerful force for good.

Advocacy

Help Peace Corps be the best it can be.

Raise your voice in support of needed legislative
changes that affect returned and future Volunteers, and help retool Peace Corps for a changed world.
 

Community

Empower yourself, other members, and groups.

Connect with Returned Volunteers from across generations and countries, and in cities, regions, and workplaces, as well as around causes that matter deeply to you — from environmental action to work with refugees.

Impact

Continue making the world a better place.

Support community-based projects that make global giving more efficient, transparent, and effective.
 

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Become a Mission Partner

Let's amplify our social impact. Consider becoming a Mission Partner and receive a subscription to WorldView magazine.

 

WorldView Magazine

Published by National Peace Corps Association, WorldView magazine serves the greater Peace Corps community with news, comment, the arts, politics, and commerce of the cultures of the larger world. Each issue gives voice to Peace Corps Volunteers as they serve, to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who are still dedicated to global service, and to everyone who wants to make the world a better place.

 

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Supporter

Check out special programs and opportunities our partners offer Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and National Peace Corps Association members!

Recent Jobs

Check out job listings from employers who want to hire Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.