Meetup with other RPCVs in the area to adapt, network and make friends!
Join our group (free for the first year) and be put on the Google listserv to post relevant messages.
Third Goal: Help us with projects from the production of the International Calendar to the Freeze for Food to taking on leadership responsibilities.
Tell Your Story: Be prepared to talk to community groups about your service experience: Rotary Clubs, schools, community centers, social justice organizations. The UW Campus Recruiter is the contact for requests for speakers.
Watch for Meetup Events of interest on our Facebook page or website Events Calendar. Propose your own meetup ideas…coffee/beverages? Movie night? Hiking? Camping? Book club? Advocacy work?
Follow us on these platforms to get in touch with other members of the group during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you would like to become a part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison RPCV campus community—either formally or informally—please reach out to the Campus Recruiter for more information.
Help with tabling events at career fairs, co-advising undergraduates, making student org or class presentations.
Casual conversation and networking over beverages, approximately monthly at the Rathskellar or Union Terrace with other campus student, faculty and staff RPCVs, as well as any community RPCVs who join in and random undergrads who want to get in on the fun.
Additional information about Peace Corps at UW-Madison can be found here.
National Peace Corps Association
The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) has similar resources available nationally. When you join our group (free for first year), you also join the NPCA (free always).
Returned Volunteer Support – NPCA has expanded Mentoring resources from that described above.
Global Reentry Program – started after the Evacuation of PCVs and shutdown of offices worldwide, the Global Reentry Program has become a Mentoring and Support service for returning volunteers, whether evacuated or through normal COS process.