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This online community is for current and former Peace Corps Volunteers and staff, invitees, trainees,  and those with other strong connections to Peace Corps.

If you simply want to learn more about what it's like to be a Peace Corps Volunteer, or how to become one, visit the Peace Corps website at They have lots of great information there to get you started.

 We look forward to seeing you here in the future!


In Memoriam

If you know a returned Peace Corps volunteer who has recently passed, please consider posting in this group to honor them and share the news with our community.

Upcoming Change to the NING Community Builder

Dear Friends,

The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) initially launched the NING Community Builder in early 2009 to serve as an online forum for our Peace Corps community to connect and interact with one another. In recent years, however, we have seen a significant decline in its use, as many users and RPCV affiliate groups have instead opted to interact with us and each other on Facebook. In light of this, the Community Builder platform will be phased out by the end of 2015.

This transition is especially timely as the National Peace Corps Association makes an exciting change to its membership policy. Going forward, membership in the NPCA will be complimentary for everyone in the Peace Corps community. Please click here to join for free and remain engaged with the Peace Corps community.

We encourage you to learn more about the NPCA’s new membership policy and the increasingly mission-driven focus of our organization. The NPCA is committed to increasing the global development impact of our community by supporting grassroots projects, enabling RPCVs to thrive back home by offering transition support services and making Peace Corps the best it can be by advocating on Capitol Hill.

We appreciate your long-standing support as a member of this community and invite you to continue on in the next phase of the NPCA!

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National Peace Corps Association News

In Memoriam – October 2015

It is important to honor the lives of returned Peace Corps Volunteers, but it is also necessary to recognize how they used their lives for notable causes outside of the Peace Corps. Among those the Peace Corps community lost in October, there were military veterans, doctors, and individuals working to improve the quality of life worldwide. …

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