TNRPCV is headed to TSU’s Agricultural Career Fair! The Fair is tomorrow. If you know anyone at TSU who would like to learn about the Peace Corps, let them know that a TNRPCVer will be there tomorrow to share information about the Peace Corps!
Vote for a TNRPCV to represent us on the NPCA Board at the national level!
A message from our nominee…
“I am running for the NPCA Southern Tier Board position, one year term. When the TNRPCVs nominated me, I didn’t realize that I would be campaigning, and now here I am .
I know that I have the passion and experience to serve the board well, but I ask for your help to be elected.
If I were elected, I would strive to represent the Southern Tier at the national level to ensure groups’ ideas and opinions to influence the direction of NPCA. I would work towards bringing the Southern Tier groups together to leverage our resources in order to make our RPCV groups stronger and well-connected. And I especially will continue to work to increase the Southern Tier’s advocacy efforts in the key issues facing the Peace Corps.
I welcome any questions you may have. And I respectfully ask for your vote!
Papua New Guinea, 1991-1993
TNPCV Board Member
NPCA Advocacy Coordinator for Tennessee”
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The National Peace Corps Association featured our very own TNRPCV, Angie Harris, in the Winter 2012-13 issue of WorldView Magazine for her initiative to bring ESL classes to Nashville’s refugees via a classroom on wheels! Support NPCA by clicking this link.
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: Hey - Any RPCVs from Kenya in Nashville? My 7-year-old/1st grader and I will be reading stories about Wangari Maathai. I'd like for Lilli to have a conversation/be able to ask some questions, about what life in Kenya is like. I'm an RPCV from Papua New Guinea/'89-'90. Thanks! Sandy Moss 615/476-7054 (text and voice best); email@example.com
: Hey Jefferson: I too was in El Salvador. 1999-2003. Would love to catch up with you.
: I was a volunteer in El Salvador 2009-2011. Got back to Tennessee in April. I live in Cumberland Gap. Anybody live close by?
: Hi Lee, All RPCVs are automatically members, but donations help us support current Peace Corps projects. You can donate through our website.
: Hi. Served in small island of Nevis from 87-89, went to D.C.for the 50th, live in Murfreesboro, how would I become a member. Thanks very much.
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