Our dedicated staff members serve a variety of roles, including management (President & Vice President), strategic communications, advocacy, partnerships, affiliate group and individual memberships, group and individual services, development, and whatever else needs to get done in service of the Peace Corps community.
The Board of Directors sets goals and policies and oversees NPCA operations to ensure that they are consistent with the stated vision, mission, goals and 2019-2022 Strategic Plan. The NPCA board consists of nine member-elected and nine board-elected Directors, plus the Affiliate Group Network (AGN) Coordinator and the NPCA President, who serves ex officio. With the exception of the AGN Coordinator (two-year term), Directors are elected to three-year terms.
The National Peace Corps Association Fellows Program offers Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) the opportunity to put your passion, talent, and ideas to action through short-term positions in our Washington, D.C. office. Remote engagement is optional, particularly for RPCVs residing outside of the D.C. area. As an NPCA Fellow, you will help design, produce, and drive key programmatic initiatives that benefit the broader Peace Corps community.
The National Peace Corps Association has an exciting number of internships available in Washington, D.C. office! Interns can expect to be in a fast-paced, learning environment with great opportunities to expand your network, skillset, and interact with Return Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) on a daily basis.