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Join RPCV/W for the next event in the Professional Development Initiative series. On March 19th, from 5:30 - 7 pm, at Peace Corps Headquarters a panel will discuss their careers in the environmental field. Representatives from the World Wildlife Fund, Conservation International, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Foreign Agriculture Service have been asked to share their career paths and give advice on getting into the field.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Josh Johnson, RPCV/W Professional Development Director
- New to D.C.or to RPCV/W? Come meet fellow RPCV/W members and get an exclusive tour of the Capitol with Mike Carlo, a Legislative Correspondent at the U.S. House of Representatives. The tour starts at 11 AM, but please arrive 15 minutes early in order to have enough time to get through security. There are great nearby locations for lunch afterwards!
Join RPCV/W as we visit three Loudoun County vineyards - Casanel Vineyards, Notaviva Vineyards, and Doukenie Winery.
Price includes private bus transportation from DC (pick up/drop off location U Street Metro) and tastings at all three wineries. Limited space available.
The word must be out that RPCVs do well when it comes to resume review and interview coaching because we have received yet another request to assist with mock-interviews to help youth prepare for job interviews. This time we will be working with interns at CentroNia to help them prepare for summer job interviews.
CentroNía is a nationally recognized, multicultural learning community with a pioneering approach to bilingual education. For everyone, CentroNía offers a welcoming environment that encourages intellectual adventure and provides guidance each step of the way for children, youth, and families to achieve their goals.
Dinner in Colombia Heights to follow.