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Where are PCVs/RPCVs online?
Everywhere! One of the best places to find RPCVs, discussions and current events is at PeaceCorpsConnect - a social network by the National Peace Corps Association. Join the RPCV-NJ group on Peace Corps Connect!
Lesson plans for teachers: Looking to include multi-cultural activities into your lessons? Look here K-12 lesson plans from World Wise Schools. Topics include multi-lingualism, definition of culture, cultural awareness.
NPCA blog. Click here to read about NPCA events, members, and the projects underway at the NPCA.
MorePeaceCorps - Read about the MorePeaceCorps campaign; donate, host a fundraiser or write to your congressperson.
Peace Corps Wiki - follow this link for an unofficial wiki* about service in the Peace Corps. Find information about countries, who served where, updates on current projects and past projects as well.
*A wiki is a collaborative work, consisting of the contributions and editing of many people. In the Peace Corps Wiki, you may contribute to the collaborative work, either by submitting more/new information, correcting existing information, or editing.
The NPCA Hospitality Network Directory is a listing of RPCVs who open their doors to travelling RPCVs for little or no cost.
Good reading! Interested in what other RPCVs experienced during their years of service? Check out Peace Corps Worldwide (formerly Peace Corps Writers) for a great list of works by former staff and volunteers.
Howell Living History Farm : In New Jersey, this 130 acre farm recreates farming practices of the early 1900's.
Pedals for Progress: Got a bike you don't know what to do with? Click here for more information about a great program for used bikes. Help support RPCVs current works. Congrats to Dave, who was recently profiled on CNN!
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