State-by-State Advocacy Toolkits

When taking part in NPCA's National Days of Action or related advocacy initiatives, we work to provide you with top-line materials, including state specific background materials.

  • Congressional Delegations: For each state, we have updated (as of February 2017) two-page summaries of Senators and Congressmen/women of the 115th Congress, including: Contact information, committee  assignments, key actions related to the Peace Corps, and more. Use this information judiciously, as a lack of indicated support does not always mean the lawmaker is not supportive of  the Peace Corps. One such example is some lawmakers may not sign a “Dear Colleague” letter because the letter is addressed to the committee on which they sit.
  • Your State and the Peace Corps Summaries:  We have prepared two-page summaries (updated as of February 2017) with Peace Corps information related to individual states and profiles of some notable RPCVs with current/past connections to your state.  Please contact us if you have updated information that we may want to incorporate into these documents in the future.
  • State Retirement Credit Information: These documents provide background information on policies for state employees who seek retirement credit for their Peace Corps service (as of 11/6/2015).

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