Serving the Peace Corps Community
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.
If you don't receive WorldView, you can subscribe by selecting "Mission Partner - WorldView" in the sign-up drop-down menu.
We welcome proposals or completed articles submitted on speculation that:
- Share recent experience with human development issues in communities where Peace Corps Volunteers serve.
- Highlight how returned Volunteers continue to make a difference in the United States and around the world.
- Examine aspects of the Peace Corps or Peace Corps' social impact.
For more details, see our Submission Guidelines.
Advertise in WorldView
More than 14,000 individuals receive each issue of WorldView, including 8,100 Peace Corps Volunteers now working in over 63 countries, 6700 Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and staff who maintain their commitment to service and the global community, as well as all members of Congress, key officials in the White House, the Peace Corps and the State Department, journalists covering international affairs, and the heads of more than 140 private relief organizations and development agencies. The estimated pass-along readership is 45,000. Our primary readers are on intimate terms with the world because they have lived and worked in its far corners with Peace Corps....
To learn more about advertising in WorldView as well as our bi-weekly e-newsletter and on our website, please see our 2017 Media Kit or 2018 Media Kit.
“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 2012-2014)
“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)
Read back issues dating to 2008 online at Issuu.com. Downloadable!