Meet The Board

Our group has been executing on a multi-year plan to professionalize governance of the NYCPCA. In October and November we will be nominating potential board members to serve in 2020. In the lead-up to our first election we are inviting RPCVs to attend our Meet the Board event, on October 23rd. During the event you will learn more about the current board of directors, the work we do, and what it might look like to join the board and serve the RPCV community. Please click here for more info.

Russian Language Meetup!

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM, Location:TBD

Let’s get together and bust our our Ruski Jazik! Many of learned Russian in the Peace Corps but are now a bit out of practice – time to get back on that русская лошадь! We’re still on the lookout for a space (let us know if you have one in mind!).

We’ll start with this date and time and see when is best for everyone to meet monthly. We can chat, play games, talk about how much we like cats – as long as it’s in Russian!

More info here.

First Wednesday Happy Hour for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers!

First Wednesdays are the best Wednesdays to grab a drink with fellow RPCVS!

Details here.

Will there be other awesome volunteers there?
Yes.
Will you have the chance to hear stories about others’ service and share stories from your own experience?
Yes.
Will we be recreating the stock image from this event?
Yes.
Will you regret stopping by?
No.

Join us at Drop Off Service the first Wednesday of every month – unless it’s a major holiday, we are just like the Met Museum….

We are usually in the two corner tables in the back, to the left of the bar. Or just scream “Peace Corps???” upon entry. Because that’s not weird at all.

Art Show Receives NPCA Award

Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen and NYC Peace Corps Association President Sarah Porter

We are thrilled to announce that “Peace Corps Creates…Art By Returned Volunteers,” has been honored by the National Peace Corps Association with the 2019 Loret Miller Ruppe Award for Outstanding Community Service.

Same Group. New Name. Introducing the New York City Peace Corps Association

RPCV-NYC is now the New York City Peace Corps Association. While our name has changed, our mission remains the same, to serve as a professional and social resource for the returned Peace Corps Volunteer network in the New York City area. This includes organizing social and cultural events, volunteer opportunities, and professional development activities in support of Peace Corps values.

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