The Peace Corps Office of Diversity and National Outreach is hosting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony, celebrating our relationship with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity on Friday, May 23.Join us in person at Peace Corps HQ or watch the Google+ Hangout On Air http://bit.ly/1qmqZFEThe event will highlight the intersection of the organizational missions and showcase the effect and impact that Peace Corps service has had on brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha.  The inaugural event for this partnership will also honor the legacy of Alpha Phi Alpha brothers in the Peace Corps and foreign affairs.  The event also aims to call to action future generations interested in engaging the global community through service. Guests will include will include Mark Tillman, General President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Johnnie Carson, Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. In addition, we will virtually connect with a currently serving Peace Corps Volunteer (Namibia) and brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

The Peace Corps Office of Diversity and National Outreach is hosting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony, celebrating our relationship with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity on Friday, May 23.

Join us in person at Peace Corps HQ or watch the Google+ Hangout On Air http://bit.ly/1qmqZFE

The event will highlight the intersection of the organizational missions and showcase the effect and impact that Peace Corps service has had on brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha.  The inaugural event for this partnership will also honor the legacy of Alpha Phi Alpha brothers in the Peace Corps and foreign affairs.  The event also aims to call to action future generations interested in engaging the global community through service. Guests will include will include Mark Tillman, General President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Johnnie Carson, Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. In addition, we will virtually connect with a currently serving Peace Corps Volunteer (Namibia) and brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

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