All you need to know about RPCVLA happenings past and present! View this email in your browser Share Share Forward to Friend August 2013 Summer is almost over, but things are just getting warmed up at RPCVLA! RPCVLA has been holding many social events this summer: from TGIS, Theater Al Fresco […]
*|MC:SUBJECT|* All you need to know about RPCVLA happenings past and present! View this email in your browser Share Share Forward to Friend October 2013 Bringing Service Back Home If there’s something we’re passionate about it’s service. We may have our own reasons for why we joined the Peace Corps, but the thread that binds […]
*|MC:SUBJECT|* Message from RPCVLA President Tai Sunnanon Country Spotlight: Ukraine Myrcia Makuch—Guyana 2007–2009 (Ukrainian-American) Katherine Guevara—Ukraine 2005–2007 (teacher trainer in Donetsk) 10 Things You Don’t Know About Ukrainians By Myrcia Makuch and Alla Dziuma 1. Ukrainians are very gracious hosts. 2. Ukrainians are superstitious. They were pagans before they became Christians. 3. Ukrainians think drafts and the […]
RPCVLA NEWS October is Membership Month! Have you renewed your RPCVLA and/or NPCA memberships? Coming to the International Dinner and not a RPCVLA member yet? Join now for 15$ and save 10$ on your dinner ticket! International Food & Dress at the Annual International Dinner on Nov 8 Please bring a dish from your host (or any) country to share that […]
We’re the NPCA featured group of September. Check out the post!
RPCVLA board members met with Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet during her visit to CSULB. The Director and RPCVLA members discussed public service, current and future changes at Peace Corps, and further collaboration between Peace Corps and RPCVLA.
*|MC:SUBJECT|* RPCVLA FUN RPCVLA NEWS With Fall approaching comes natural changes. We’ve seen members of our Board transition and head out-of-state for graduate school, for instance. As we bid farewell to our fearless Board members, Alison Thieme, Events Coordinator and Dina Navar, Co-Vice President, we thank them (ever so profusely) for making this Board better and stronger. […]