RPCV/W Events

5 coming up!

& 3 member-led events

Want to post your own event? Members may share events and gatherings in the Community Calendar. A complete listing of all past events and their landing pages are located here.

  • Please join RPCV/W in helping We Are Family, DC deliver groceries to vulnerable senior citizens around the North Capitol area.

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 02/22/2020 09:30:00 02/22/2020 13:00:00 America/New_York RPCV/W Community Service Event with We Are Family, DC Check https://www.rpcvw.org/comserv_we_are_familydc_20200222 for the latest info. 474 Ridge St NW, Washington , DC 20001, United States Hannah Savage communityservice@rpcvw.org share
  • Come join RPCV/W for the Mardi Gras parade at the Southwest Waterfront. There will be live music, fireworks, and sweet treats! 

  • Tuesday, February 25 - 06:00 PM

    It's been a while since our last happy hour. Please join us at Exiles, an RPCV-owned bar. This time around, we will be on the first floor. And as per usual, check out the awesome happy hour specials!

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 02/25/2020 18:00:00 02/25/2020 20:00:00 America/New_York February Happy Hour at Exiles Check https://www.rpcvw.org/february_happy_hour_at_exiles for the latest info. 1610 NW U St, Washington DC, DC 20009, United States share
  • Thursday, March 05 - 06:30 PM

    Ticket Required RSVP Limit

    The WHO declared the Coronavirus a public health emergency, and the infections can be seen in over 20 countries. However, there's more than just the virus to worry about, as infection spread, so does misinformation, fear, and racism. Join a small group of RPCVs, as we discuss the implications of the outbreak beyond the health side effects.

    Joining the conversation will be Ann Yang. Anna is an international development professional with four years of experience and currently works as an Asia Program Coordinator at Plan International USA in Washington DC. She received her M.A. in International Development at GW with a specialization in youth and civil society development. Ms.Yang served as a Youth Development Volunteer at Peace Corps Georgia. She has recently travelled through Asia for her work and have witnessed firsthand the Coronavirus phenomena and its effect on countries adjacent to China.

    The event cost is $10, which goes towards food and wine costs. The event will take place at the Social Director's apartment in Van Ness located on the red line, exact location will be given once RSVP-ed. The apartment does have a small pug. 

    Cheese, Wine & ... is a new salon series offered by RPCV/W to create intentional, diverse, and inclusive spaces and conversations with members. Events are open to all current members

  • Join RPCV/W for an upcoming career panel featuring RPCVs, the Society for International Development, and career professionals working in Global Health. The panelists will speak about their career paths in this sector and share tips for job seekers. 

    5:00pm - 6:30pm Pre-Event Networking Happy Hour
    6:30pm - 7:30pm Global Health Career Panel
    7:30pm Informal Networking

    • Loyce Pace, MPH, President & Executive Director, Global Health Council
    • Farley Cleghorn, MD, MPH, Global Head, Health Practice, Palladium
    • Julie Becker, MSc, Senior Vice President, Global Health Division at Chemonics
    • Julie Wallace, MPH, Malaria Division Chief, Global Health Bureau, USAID
    • Cristine Betters, Managing Director, International Development Division, Abt Associates  
    •  Vineeta Gupta, MD, JD, LLM, Director, Resolve Projects, Global Health Advocacy Incubator
    Kris Panico, MSPH, Moderator, RPCV Kyrgyzstan '13, Ukraine '14  

    Please RSVP below and register for an RPCV/W membership.

    RSVP   Add to Calendar 03/10/2020 17:00:00 03/10/2020 19:30:00 America/New_York Global Health Career Panel Check https://www.rpcvw.org/global_health_panel for the latest info. 1823 L St NW, Washington, DC 20036, United States Karlia Brown profdev@rpcvw.org share