Mentor Program

Feeling like a fish out of water?

Feeling like a fish out of water?

The NPCA/Peace Corps Mentoring program was started in 2007 with a fundamental goal in mind: to connect recently returned Peace Corps Volunteers with RPCV mentors.

Via phone, email and face-to-face meetings, these mentors help ease the difficult transition, provide a connection to the RPCV community at large, and say some of the most comforting words in the English language, namely, "I know what you're going through. I've been there."


The buttons above will take you to the respective registration pages that match mentors and mentees. This is a vital resource and questions are welcome. Check out this comprehensive FAQ or contact Josh Gill, RPCV/W's Mentor Coordinator. 
Have you found a mentor or a mentee? Please take a moment to leave an endorsement, so others may step up. You may update or edit your endorsement as needed.

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  • endorsed 2014-04-13 19:55:31 -0400
    I was matched with a mentor through this program and have found it a rewarding experience. Mentors help to make connections, give advice, and listen to ideas. Whether you’re looking to be a mentor or a mentee, sign up!
  • endorsed 2014-03-18 01:09:42 -0400
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