Social gatherings, intercultural education, professional networking, and community service opportunities.

We welcome all who share an interest in world affairs and a commitment to local volunteerism.

Join us and spread the word far and wide!

Resources for recently evacuated RPCVs

Visit our Events and Professional Development pages for career resources

Visit NPCA’s Global Reentry portal and Peace Corps’ resource page

Check out the DC COVID-19 general resources here and food resources here

Find federal jobs specifically for recently returned and evacuated RPCVs

Looking to help locally? Check out our COVID-19 Community Support Initiative and RPCV Business Page

Buy an RPCV/W Vintage T: Here


We welcome all who share an interest in world affairs and a commitment to volunteer service. Join us and share this page far and wide!

Upcoming Events

We have 2 official events and 2 member-led events coming up

View past events, post your own, or contact us to suggest an event
  • Monday, September 20 - 07:00 PM

    RSVP Limit

    Join RPCVs for a Happy Hour! This event is open to all participants. Masks are required when not actively eating or drinking. 

    *Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, RPCV/W will host three types of events: events open to all participants, events open to fully vaccinated participants, and virtual events, in addition to abiding by CDC recommendations and guidelines. 

    If you are not vaccinated due to medical or religious reasons, we welcome you to continue to attend our virtual events. RPCV/W aims to create an inclusive space for all RPCVs. If you feel like we are not living up to that standard, please connect with us through [email protected]

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 09/20/2021 19:00:00 09/20/2021 20:30:00 America/New_York September Happy Hour Check for the latest info. 209 M St NE, Washington , DC 20002, United States Ty Miranda [email protected] share
  • Wednesday, October 06 - 12:00 PM

    Although members of racial and ethnic minority groups account for about 40% of the U.S. population, only about 8-9% of grants are explicitly designed to help people of color in the U.S. Join us for a discussion about philanthropic giving trends for foundations, how equity impacts funding for grassroots and BIPOC-led nonprofits, and what you need to build a just grant writing framework.

    Rachel Branaman, Principal Consultant

    Rachel is the principal consultant of Talem Consulting, which provides nonprofits the tools they need to build capacity, fundraise, and dismantle systems of inequity. Our team builds culturally responsive strategies for staff, board, and volunteers to tell your story and share your impact from concept to completion.

    Rachel has a Master’s in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and has served in development and executive director roles for a variety of arts and social service organizations. She also served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Namibia from 2009-2011.

    Rachel uses her understanding of DEIA practices to build resources and training materials for nonprofits to begin to change their beliefs, patterns, and actions that may harm staff, participants, and community members. Her workshops prioritize 1) acknowledging the problems that exist in primarily White-led nonprofit spaces, 2) providing insight how unequitable power structures effect numerous and intersecting identities (e.g., gender sexuality, cultural, racial, religious, ability, etc.), and 3) engaging with participants to work toward a solution that fits their organization’s unique needs.

    In her spare time, Rachel is an executive board member of Association of Philanthropic Counsel (APC) and a local activist with grassroots movements in Washington D.C. and Richmond.

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 10/06/2021 12:00:00 10/06/2021 13:00:00 America/New_York Writing Culturally Responsive Grants Check for the latest info. Karlia Brown [email protected] share

Member-Led Events

There are 2 Member-Led events coming up

We encourage our members to lead their own gatherings and share interesting events around town.

  • Sunday, September 19 - 01:00 PM

    Manahaona Mada RPCVs!

    For our celebration for this year's National P... read more

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 09/19/2021 13:00:00 09/19/2021 14:30:00 America/New_York RPCVs of Madagascar Virtual Reunion Check for the latest info. Zoom (register here: https://asuzoomus/meeting/register/tZErc-uvqDIuG9GA5l82sMsy4XnQGgkzW4n-?fbclid=IwAR12zazpeiOzM3S3lsV-bqoGtXB2T5NlGmX7WRy534J3LKs2mbdURcdFctA), everywhere, United States Teena Curry [email protected] share
  • The Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development (PCAFPD) invites you to a f... read more

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 09/26/2021 14:00:00 09/26/2021 16:00:00 America/New_York PCAFPD Celebrates the 60th Anniversary of Peace Corps Philippines Check for the latest info. 1101 First St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States Peace Corps Alumni Foundation for Philippine Development [email protected] share

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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.

A Towering Task is a documentary in development, envisioning a New Era of Possibility for the Peace Corps by igniting engagement of past, present and future stakeholders and advocates for peace.

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