Get Connected: With Tumblr and Instagram

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By Brendan Bailes

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For 20 years, we’ve been getting things done for America. Literally, all of the things.

You’ve seen us around, but now you can find us in more places. Today we’re launching two new accounts — because, you know, pictures.

So follow us on Tumblr! And Instagram! We’ll wait.

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In honor of National Volunteer Week, please check out the Corporation for National & Community Service on social media! If you are looking to get amazing Volunteer experience before applying to Peace Corps, they are a great place to start. 

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“Peace Corps Week is about sharing the Volunteer experience and the incredible cultural exchange that results from Peace Corps service. I encourage both current and returned volunteers to participate in Peace Corps Week to share the world with their local communities and bring Peace Corps service to life.” - Acting Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet

HAPPY PEACE CORPS WEEK 2014!!

“Peace Corps Week is about sharing the Volunteer experience and the incredible cultural exchange that results from Peace Corps service. I encourage both current and returned volunteers to participate in Peace Corps Week to share the world with their local communities and bring Peace Corps service to life.” - Acting Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet

HAPPY PEACE CORPS WEEK 2014!!

(Source: 1.usa.gov)

Peace Corps Week PCWeek2014 Peace Corps Volunteers history public service volunteering


“Mentors build leadership skills, confidence, and gain volunteer experience. The young students are able to ask questions of peers and build positive relationships.”

Peace Corps Volunteers are working in Mongolia to promote a partnership between two local non-governmental organizations focused on volunteerism and mentorship among Mongolian youth. They’ve teamed up with an organization that prepares young Mongolian students to study abroad, and collaborated with a community youth center. By bringing their individual projects together, they implemented a volunteering program that gives young adults the opportunity to mentor children and lead activities at the youth center.

“Mentors build leadership skills, confidence, and gain volunteer experience. The young students are able to ask questions of peers and build positive relationships.”

Peace Corps Volunteers are working in Mongolia to promote a partnership between two local non-governmental organizations focused on volunteerism and mentorship among Mongolian youth. They’ve teamed up with an organization that prepares young Mongolian students to study abroad, and collaborated with a community youth center. By bringing their individual projects together, they implemented a volunteering program that gives young adults the opportunity to mentor children and lead activities at the youth center.

(Source: 1.usa.gov)

Mongolia IVD2013 International Volunteer Day volunteering community service youth NGO community