Our Mission: The Minority Peace Corps Association is a nonprofit organization founded by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of color, which aims to: promote community service, provide support and assistance to returned, and serving Peace Corps volunteers and applicants of color, enhance the awareness and participation of Americans of color in international experience, international careers, and … Continue reading
FRANKLIN H. WILLIAMS AWARD 2012 WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 21, 2012 – Nine returned Peace Corps volunteers (RPCVs) were presented with the Franklin H. Williams award on Thursday evening during a ceremony at Peace Corps Headquarters. The award honors ethnically diverse returned volunteers who exemplify a commitment to community service and Peace Corps’ third goal of … Continue reading
Sorry to see him go! Thank you for serving, once again! Williams to Step Down as Peace Corps Director | National Peace Corps Association.
Minority Peace Corps Association and DC Black Peace Corps Volunteers will co-host a Diversity Dinner at El Rinconcito II Restaurant in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Come and enjoy some good food and great company. We were able to secure a discount rate of $15.00 per person (dinner, tax and tip included but drinks were not … Continue reading
Reblogged from Southern Association of Black Peace Corps Volunteers: Thursday, October 4, 2012 – Diversity Dinner at No Mas Restaurant Atlanta University Center Peace Corps Office and Southern Association of Black Peace Corps Volunteers will host a Diversity Dinner at No Mas! Restaurant in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Come and enjoy the good food and … Continue reading
Reblogged from Geeks and Company: To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.— To talk health, happiness and prosperity to everyone person you meet.— To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.— To think only of the best, to work only for the best and … Continue reading
Going Global: CAU Alumnus Has a Mission to Prepare College Students for the Global Marketplace Before beginning his career in higher education, Anthony Louis Pinder (CAU ’12) spent nearly 15 years as a senior manager in the international affairs/development sector with the U.S. Peace Corps (in Central Africa, South America and Washington, D.C.), the African … Continue reading