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JOIN US FOR THE PREMIERE OF "A TOWERING TASK" DOCUMENTARY & GLOBAL CITIZEN DAY
Featuring interactive Peace Corps-focused activities at the new REACH Center this Sunday, September 22!
More information is available here!
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We have 4 official events and 1 member-led event coming up
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Join RPCV/W, NPCA and director of the Peace Corps documentary "A Towering Task," Alana DeJoseph for drinks and conversation. This event at Exiles creates the rare opportunity for us to talk with and ask questions of Ms. DeJoseph about the documentary before she shows it to the general public. As a sneak peek, a 15-minute teaser of the full documentary will be shown to all who attend the event. Proceeds from the Happy Hour will go towards NPCA's activities for local RPCVs.
A Towering Task will premiere at the Kennedy Center the following Sunday, September 22. The Kennedy Center's new REACH Center will also host a Global Citizen day showcasing what life is like for PCVs in various countries. More information about the day's activities can be found here -- timed entry tickets will be released on a rolling basis, so keep checking for your chance to attend!
Look forward to seeing you there!RSVP Add to Calendar 09/20/2019 17:30:00 09/20/2019 20:30:00 America/New_York Peace Corps Documentary Happy Hour: Meet the Director Check https://www.rpcvw.org/toweringtask_director_hh for the latest info. 1610 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009, United States Jonathan Keenan firstname.lastname@example.org share
Sunday, September 22 - 10:00 AM
Join NPCA, RPCV/W, the Kennedy Center, and the "A Towering Task" documentary team for a landmark event celebrating the service of Peace Corps Volunteers everywhere.
What to expect?
Get your REACH timed entry tickets for documentary viewing and access to Studio F today! You can do so at this link.
Join us for an entire day of activities at the new REACH Center, including several stations showcasing (and featuring, live!) volunteers who served in all reaches of the world. RPCV/W will host the following activities and will be available to share our experience as volunteers with you throughout the day:
Book Nook featuring RPCV authors and their works. Take a seat and enjoy!
Around the World: Table featuring artifacts from RPCV countries of service that can be handled by participants at the event.
- Home Sweet Home: A replica of an RPCV home including all of the staples RPCVs use to adjust to their countries of service.
If you're interested in lending items for any of these activities or becoming more involved, please contact email@example.com.
Some ideas for items to donate include:
A Towering Task Documentary
- Clothing (can't be too large if it's fabric)
- Unique cooking utensils
- Games and toys
- Motorcycle helmet
- Letters from home
- Your favorite items from your Peace Corps home or anything that could spark conversation about Peace Corps service!
Screenings will take place at the REACH Center's Justice Forum on Sunday, September 22 at 4pm and 7pm.
And don't forget to join us for our pre-event Happy Hour with A Towering Task director Alana DeJoseph on Friday, September 20, at Exiles Bar on U St. Register today!Add to Calendar 09/22/2019 10:00:00 09/22/2019 18:00:00 America/New_York Documentary Premiere and Global Citizen Day at the Kennedy/REACH Center! Check https://www.rpcvw.org/_toweringtask_kenreachcenter for the latest info. Charlotte Stein, RPCV/W Communications Director firstname.lastname@example.org
- Book Nook featuring RPCV authors and their works. Take a seat and enjoy!
Tuesday, September 24 - 06:00 PMRSVP Limit
Join RPCV/W at an upcoming career panel featuring RPCVs and career professionals working in U.S. based public health. The panelists will speak about their career path in this sector and share tips for job seekers. Additionally, we will speak about careers in public health and share information about the opportunity to get full funding for an MPH or DrPH degree through the Bloomberg American Health Initiative.
The panel will be held on Tuesday, September 24, 7:00-8:30 PM at Sospeso on H St (2nd floor). The discussion will be moderator led, then open to the audience for Q&A. Following the event, there will be informal networking. See below for panelist organizations and information.
LaQuandra S. Nesbitt, MD, MPH, Director of the D.C. Department of Health
Elizabeth D. Arend, MPH, Director of Provider Services at the Primary Care Coalition
Carolyn Rhodeback, MPH, City Research Scientist, New York City Public Health Laboratory
Bryan Kirk, MPH, Health Insurance Specialist, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Deirdre Clarke, Bloomberg American Health Initiative Fellow, Program Analyst, U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyMatt Swain, MPH, Chief of Staff at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Health and Human Services
Kris Panico, RPCV/W Professional Development committee member
Pre-event Happy Hour at Sospeso Bar - 6:00-7:00
Arrival/Welcome Remarks - 7:00-7:15
Moderator Led Discussion with Panel - 7:15-7:45
Q&A From Audience - 7:45-8:15
Informal Networking - 8:15-8:30
Plus 1 more!
There is one Member-Led event coming up
We encourage our members to lead their own gatherings and share interesting events around town.
Thursday, October 03 - 06:00 PM
Join other RPCVs for a fun and interactive discussion around steps you can take to understand ... read moreRSVP Add to Calendar 10/03/2019 18:00:00 10/03/2019 19:00:00 America/New_York Money Matters - Financial planning for RPCVs Check https://www.rpcvw.org/andrewsoles/money_matters_-_financial_planning_for_rpcvs for the latest info. 1801 K St NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC 20006, United States Andrew Soles email@example.com share
Every two years, we officially sponsor a grassroots nonprofit that shares our goals and values. We call this program our Partnership for Peace. Our current Partner is Upwardly Global.