Need something to wear at the next community service or social event? Want to show your support for RPCV/W? The first-ever RPCV/W t-shirts are available for purchase! T-shirts are $15 and can either be picked up at: 1) the next event, 2) a pre-arranged drop-off location, or 3) mailed (S&H not included in the original price). They make great gifts as well, but we only ordered 100. So act now! To order, visit: https://rpcvw.nationbuilder.com/tshirts
March is Mentorship Outreach Month! Are you looking for a way to reconnect with the Peace Corps community? Remember what it was like re-adjusting to life in the U.S.? Or are you recently returned and seeking personal or professional advice? RPCV/W has partnered with the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) Mentoring Program to help match RPCVs to provide career advice, grad school help, or general support with readjustment to the area and/or to life back in the U.S. Mentors and mentees from all fields, ages, and walks of life are welcome. To learn more, please go to http://rpcvw.nationbuilder.com/mentoring.
Here's what people are sharing on social media to mark Peace Corps Week 2014. If something doesn't look right, here it is on Storify.
Now that the website is functional and the pageviews are growing, we're bringing back our regular blog. Contributions are welcome.
SPORTS! They are awesome, so naturally RPCV/W organizes at least one official sports team each quarter. So far we've played softball, flag football, and dodgeball. In the springtime, we'll start a kickball league and a soccer league.
Thanks to the time and energy of amazing people, the site is on track to launch. New pages have been added, features are being tested and we're learning to confront our fear of white space.
Since we're using the old site to host registrations for the Holiday Party, my time and attention have been focused there lately. These are the last changes we'll be making to the old site, so savor the moment.
New pages are being added and we're hoping to fully switch over by January 1.
We decided on a DC-flag motif accented by shades of charcoal for the color scheme. Now to work on informational pages.
We need to lock down a theme so we can start adding custom images and applications.