Hosted by National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) and the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Colorado (RPCVCO), the 2017 Peace Corps Connect conference will celebrate and build upon the great partnerships of the greater Peace Corps community.
This year’s conference, Partnering for Progress: Taking Collaborations to New Heights, will feature a series of breakout sessions and workshops that address the Peace Corps community's role in impacting key U.N. Sustainable Development goals.
University of Denver
2000 E Asbury Avenue
Denver, CO 80210
Friday, August 4, 2017
Affiliate Group Network Annual Meeting (AGNAM)
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This annual leadership summit - specifically for leaders and board members of NPCA affiliate groups - will include informational seminars and workshops designed to share best practices and facilitate networking and collaboration between groups.
Registration is open to any active members of the leadership or board of an affiliate group. RSVP below.
Peace Corps and Rotary Partnership Meeting
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This pre-conference event will bring together both the Peace Corps and Rotary communities. Using the current Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for partnership between Rotary International and the U.S. Peace Corps as a framework, the event will focus on how to expand the partnership between Rotary clubs, NPCA Affiliate Groups, and Peace Corps, whether in the U.S. or in Peace Corps countries. The event will also feature successful projects that have already occurred and the many benefits to both organizations and their members by supporting each other's projects.
Registration is open to anyone interested in learning more about collaboration between Peace Corps and Rotary.
Conference Kick-Off Party!
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Getting to Denver early? Please join the RPCVs of Colorado and fellow conference attendees for a welcome event at the Posner Center for International Development on Friday, August 4. Enjoy local food trucks, beer and the coolest shared working spaces in the US. www.posnercenter.org
Tickets are only $10 and registration is now open!
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Peace Corps Connect Conference
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
This year's conference - Partnering for Progress: Taking Collaborations to New Heights - will unite leaders from across the community to join discussions on how we can address key U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. A series of workshops and seminars will focus specifically on global health, the environment, economic development, equality and justice, as well as education and youth development.
Harris Wofford Global Citizen Award Reception
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join the Peace Corps community in celebrating the Harris Wofford Global Citizen Award winner, a global leader who was influenced by the Peace Corps and who has gone on to significantly impact his or her host country. Light hors d'oeuvre, beer and wine will be served.
Winner to be announced soon.
Sunday, August 6, 2017
Peace Corps Connect Conference
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The second day of the conference will build on the previous day's discussions surrounding global health, the environment, economic development, equality and justice, as well as education and youth development.
It will also feature the conference's annual Partner Exhibition and the RPCVCO Annual Picnic. More details below.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Colorado (RPCVCO) Annual Picnic and Partner Exhibition
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
RPCVCO is excited to host their annual summer picnic in conjunction with the Peace Corps Connect conference. Members of the local Peace Corps community - from RPCVs to family to friends to potential Peace Corps applicants - are welcome to join conference attendees to eat good food, catch up with old Peace Corps friends, and make new ones.
For RPCVCO members, please note that this year’s the picnic will be slightly different - it will be more formal and there will be no need to bring a dish to participate. We’ll be providing the food this year!
The picnic will also feature the Conference’s annual Partner Exhibition. Local and national organizations with programs and opportunities for RPCVs will be present to share information for those looking to take the next step in your career, find volunteer opportunities, or connect with like-minded people.
|Ticket Type||Early Bird Rate (through May 31)||Regular Rate (June 1 - July 28)|
|Conference - Full Registration (Saturday, Aug. 5 - Sunday, Aug. 6: Includes RPCVCO Annual Picnic)||$220||$270|
|Conference - Saturday Registration Only (Aug. 5)||$115||$140|
|Conference - Sunday Registration Only (Aug. 6; Includes RPCVCO Annual Picnic)||$115||$140|
- Select your Conference Registration ticket(s) below.
- If one of the discounts (see below) applies to you, click the orange link "Click here to enter your promotional code" beneath the registration chart. Enter in your code.
- If you plan to stay on campus, select your Housing & Dining plan in the next chart. Otherwise, move on to the next step.
- Click "Purchase Tickets" at the bottom of the page.
- You will be asked to fill out a brief form for each registrant before submitting payment information.
- If you selected to stay in a double room in the dormitory, your confirmation email will contain a form to make a roommate request.
Register as a group of 4 or more for 15% off each ticket!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the four names and email addresses of those registering between now and July, 19th and we will send you the appropriate discount code.
Recently Returned Peace Corps Volunteers - 20% discount for RPCVs who returned from service between 2012 and 2017. Use code: 12RPCV17
Seniors - 15% discount for senior citizens. Use code: SENIOR17
Members of the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Colorado (RPCVCO) - 15% discount for current members of RPCVCO. Log in to your RPCVCO Member Profile or look for an email from RPCVCO to access your discount code! Not a member yet? Click here to join and get your code!
No refunds will be issued within 30 days of the event.
There will be a number of volunteer positions available during the conference. Depending on the number of hours volunteered, the registration fee is either discounted or free. Interested in learning more? Add your name to the volunteer list. We'll reach out soon with available shifts!
Dormitory rooms are available on the University of Denver's campus for Friday, August 4th through Monday, August 7th in Nelson Hall.
Room reservations must be purchased in 2 or 3 night packages as detailed below.
Single Room Packages:
- 3 Nights (Check-In Friday, Aug. 4, Check-Out Monday, Aug. 7)
- 2 Nights (Check-In Friday, Aug. 4, Check-Out Sunday, Aug. 6)
Double Room Packages:
Please note: Double Rooms contain 2 single beds. By selecting a Double Room Package, you are reserving one of the beds in a double room. If you wish to room with a friend, spouse, etc. you will each need to purchase a Double Room Package. Your confirmation email will contain a Roommate Request Form to fill out so you can be assigned to the same room. If you do not have a preferred roommate, you will be assigned one.
- 3 Nights (Check-In Friday, Aug. 4, Check-Out Monday, Aug. 7)
- 2 Nights (Check-In Friday, Aug. 4, Check-Out Sunday, Aug. 6)
All rooms include a bed, desk, chair, dresser, closet, and a linen packet (which includes a pillow, bedsheets and towel).
Rooms are arranged in suites with a shared common room and bathroom between 4-6 suitemates.
If you require an ADA accessible room, please contact email@example.com.
For your convenience, you can purchase a pre-paid Meal Card to use in the dining halls. If you are staying at the dorms, please purchase one of the Overnight Meal Card plans. If you are staying elsewhere in Denver, please purchase the Commuter Meal Card.
Meal Card options include:
- Overnight Meal Card: includes breakfast and lunch on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday (lunch on Sunday is included in conference registration as part of the RPCVCO Picnic)
- Commuter Meal Card: includes lunch on Saturday (lunch on Sunday is included in conference registration as part of the RPCVCO Picnic)
Please note that breakfast will not be available in the dining hall on Monday, August 7th. However, there are many nearby local breakfast options.
If you prefer to stay off-campus, the University of Denver has a list of nearby recommended hotels, including some that offer discounts if the hotel guest is attending an event at the university. In most cases, hotels will be most accessible if driving a car.
NPCA has a special partnership with Airbnb which allows members of the Peace Corps community to rent their houses through Airbnb to other members of the community. Have a space to rent? List it here! Are you an RPCV traveling to Denver? Find a place to stay here.
Some members of the local Denver Peace Corps community may also offer space in their homes. Click here to view available rooms or apartments.
For those who prefer to eat off campus, there are a number of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and more within walking distance of the University of Denver.
Denver International Airport (DIA) is the closest airport to the University of Denver. Please read the University of Denver's guide for detailed information on how to reach the campus from the airport.
Further information about public transportation in Denver via the Regional Transportation District (RTD) can be found here.
United by the theme - Partnering for Progress: Taking Collaborations to New Heights - conference breakout sessions will offer participants a hands-on opportunity to interact with key topics. Learn more about a few of them below!
Creating Collaborative Solutions to Global Issues: World Affairs Challenge
The World Affairs Challenge (WAC) is dedicated to developing tomorrow's global leaders. Through mentoring, education and competition, WAC ignites middle-school and high-school students' passions about world affairs. WAC engages youth to solve some of the world's most pressing problems. WAC students move from awareness to action while learning to think critically, collaborate, communicate and grow human capacity. Join us to experience our collaborative problem-solving and learn how you can make a difference in the lives of students at home and abroad.
- Hope W. Mukai M.Ed. World Affairs Council, Program Director
Share Your Service: A Storytelling Workshop
One of the most compelling and heartfelt ways to share your Peace Corps experience is through stories. Storytelling can also be an excellent way to facilitate empathetic learning and community dialogue. Continue your service, demonstrate your dedication to social justice and renew your commitment to the Peace Corps’ Third Goal, by sharing stories from your Peace Corps experience.
When RPCVs tell stories, they humanize and illuminate places and people with that unique, grassroots, Peace Corps perspective. Join Peace Corps’ Third Goal Program Specialist Meleia Egger, RPCV Malawi 2007-2009, and the new NPCA affiliate group, “Share Your Service”, to learn how to find, craft, and share your Peace Corps stories in engaging and vibrant ways.
- Meleia Egger, Peace Corps’ Third Goal Program Specialist, RPCV Malawi
From Volunteer to Educator: A Panel Discussion
This workshop will focus on the journey of RPCVs and former Peace Corps staff who have entered the field of education after service. The presenters will highlight the partnerships forged between RPCVs and schools, as well as other institutions of learning, including international experiential education programs. Strategies for establishing and maintaining sustainable educational relationships, while furthering the mission of the Peace Corps, will be explored in-depth.
- Alicia Butcher, Assistant Principal, Jeffco Public Schools
- Arianne Burger, Manager of Employment Services, Jeffco Public Schools
- Kate Hamann, Network Partner, Denver Public Schools
- Grant VanPelt, Escuela Valdez
A Case Study in Forging Community Partnerships: Treating Obstetric Fistula in Malawi
In 2016, the RPCVs of Northeastern New York developed partnerships between SUNY Albany, the Freedom from Fistula Foundation and Rotary International to facilitate broad community collaboration to prevent and treat obstetric fistula in Malawi. This session will provide a roadmap and toolkit to assist RPCV and other groups in organizing successful awareness and fund raising events on issues that matter most to you in your own communities. Participants will not only discuss how to plan, organize and carry out such an event, but also receive a take-home toolkit with an appendix of the sample documents you may need.
- Becky Raymond, RPCV Niger, Associate Peace Corps Director Mauritania, Peace Corps Response Volunteer Malawi
Service, Educational, and Professional Development Opportunities for RPCVs
RPCVs will discover service, educational, and professional development opportunities available through their local chapter of the World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) or Global Ties U.S. Community-Based Member (CBM). WACA strives to foster deeper understanding of key global issues and to provide participants with access to leaders and decision-makers so that communities can better compete, collaborate, and make informed decisions in a complex world. Global Ties U.S. builds a more peaceful, prosperous world through strengthening international exchange.
- Dan Wienecke, WorldDenver, Manager, Visitor and Exchange Programs
- Katy Anderson, WorldDenver, Manager of Development
- Kevin Amirehsani, Colorado Office of the State Auditor, Legislative Performance Auditor
- Sierra Hutchinson, Community College of Denver, Achievement Coach
- Gergana Kostadinova, WorldDenver, Manager, Professional and Youth Exchange Programs
The Global Presenters Program: A Collaboration for Global Education
The Global Presenters program is a collaborative effort between the University of North Carolina at Asheville’s Center for Diversity Education and the Western North Carolina RPCV affiliate group. Beginning by providing presenters to K-12 classrooms, the program has now expanded to colleges, community and scout groups and even retirement homes. RPCVs are trained to use effective and age-appropriate strategies to give participants an understanding of our diverse world and engage in cultural exploration and thought provoking dialogue.
- Margaret Davis, Coordinator of Global Presenters, Western North Carolina RPCVs
Partnering for Success: Friends of Liberia's Family Literacy Initiative
The session focuses on strategies, challenges and successes as Friends of Liberia (FOL) designed and implemented the Liberia Family Literacy Initiative by: (1) identifying and working with two strategic partners, and additional partners including the Ministry of Education, Peace Corps, and Liberian municipalities; (2) building local capacity; (3) monitoring and evaluating program implementation and results; (4) securing funding from major international and other donors; and, (5) influencing national education systems and policies.
- Don Drach, Co-chair FOL education committee and FOL board member
Community Health Worker Training in Panama and Other Short-Term, High-Impact Projects in Peace Corps Response
As part of the Peace Corps Response program, Katie Langland (RPCV Guatemala) and Katie Long (RPCV Honduras) facilitated community health worker training in Bocas del Toro, Panama, using their combination of technical skills, language proficiency and previous Peace Corps experience. Learn more about Peace Corps Response, which provides opportunities for RPCVs and other experienced professionals to use their specialized experience and technical skills to provide targeted assistance for short-term assignments in over 80 Peace Corps countries.
- Katie Langland, Public Health Trainer (RPCV Guatemala, PC Response Panama)
- Katie Long, Public Health Trainer (RPCV Honduras, PC Response Panama)
- Denis Illige-Saucier, Peace Corps Response Recruitment and Placement Specialist (RPCV Kyrgyzstan, PC Response Comoros)
Exploring Possibilities of the Rotary and Peace Corps Partnership
Peace Corps and Rotary share a dedication to volunteerism, sustainable development, and an appreciation of other cultures. This shared dedication resulted in a formal MOU of partnership being signed between Peace Corps and Rotary International in 2015. Join this session to learn more about the Rotary and Peace Corps Partnership, get ideas on the types of projects and partnerships that can flourish at the local level between Rotary clubs and RPCVs or PCVs, and find out some of the lessons learned from the partnership work thus far that can be applied to future projects and efforts.
A Discussion on the U.S. Immigration System in Today's Political Climate
A presentation on today's immigration laws and how they affect our society's views on immigrants in the United States. The presentation would include discussion our immigration laws effects on societal views towards refugees and undocumented workers, and also on highly skilled foreign nationals working legally in the United States. The audience may gain an increased understanding of how foreign nationals move to the United States and how today's immigration policies may change our thoughts on how we think about our immigration system.
Volunteer and Learn: Local Partnerships for Local Food and Local Community
Join Grow Local Colorado and the RPCVs of Colorado (RPCVCO) for an early morning service project to get your hands dirty and learn about a long-term partnership that benefits the local community. Participants will meet in front of the dorms and walk approximately half a mile to two local gardens. There will be a brief talk about the partnership, now entering its 7th year, between the RPCVs of Colorado (RPCVCO), Grow Local Colorado, and the Gathering Place, that ultimately ensures clients at the Gathering Place have access to fresh produce during the summer months. Afterwards, participants can take part in some of the garden maintenance as a volunteer opportunity.
What it Takes to be an RPCV Political Leader
The 2016 Presidential election brought out a lot of emotion. As a Peace Corps Community, many of us came to the realization that we need to find ways to move our country forward. For many of us politics seems the antithesis to making a positive difference in our communities. We at PC to Politics, believe that RPCV Political leaders can make a difference. The question remains how can the Peace Corps Community be more involved. What does it take to be successful? Spend an hour hearing from some of our RPCV Political Leaders. Bring your questions and prepare for a dynamic discussion.
The second day of the conference will feature our partner exhibition, in conjunction with the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Colorado (RPCVCO)'s annual picnic. Meet with Peace Corps community partners, employers, universities, and others with programs and opportunities for RPCVs.
The exhibition will take place outdoors on the Campus Green.
Sunday, August 6, 2017
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Interested in becoming an Exhibitor? Learn more and register here.
Meet our 2017 Exhibitors!
The University of Vermont's Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA
The Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA program has fundamentally reinvented business education and the MBA degree to address the core challenges we face - environment, ethics, poverty and inequality - through the lens of enterprise and entrepreneurship. In just twelve months, you receive an AACSB accredited degree, which includes not only the basic MBA toolkit, but also the knowledge, skills, and capabilities to transform today’s business and create tomorrow’s sustainable enterprises.
FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in health, education, nutrition, environment, economic development, civil society, gender, youth, research, technology, communication and social marketing — creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries and all U.S. states and territories. As we evolve to meet the challenges of the future, we stand committed to the principles that have guided our organization for the last 40+ years. Our work continues to be grounded in research and science, strengthened by partnerships and focused on building the capacity of individuals, communities and countries to succeed.
Located in the Mile High City and with the Rocky Mountains as our backdrop, Regis University is proud to stand among the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States grounded in our Jesuit Catholic tradition.
Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA at Colorado State University
The purpose of the GSSE MBA is to prepare our students to design, build, and manage entrepreneurial ventures that impact social and environmental challenges. Our key differentiator is the fully integrated venture creation process. Students form teams and design ventures throughout multiple courses and all three semesters, including a 40-60 day summer practicum. It is a cohort-based program with 25-30 students from very diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Our mission at the Heller School is to drive positive social change through research, education, and public engagement that inform policies and programs designed to address disparities in well-being and promote social inclusion in a sustainable way.
Peace Corps Response
Peace Corps Response sends experienced professionals to undertake short-term, high-impact service assignments in communities around the world. Bring valuable skills and experiences to projects in places where you are needed most.
The Colombia Project - TCP Global Micro-Loan Program
TCP Global is a pro-bono consulting team of RPCVs and Rotarians which assists grassroots organizations to build zero-overhead, sustainable micro-loan programs. TCP Global now operates in 6 countries and recently added a loan program for former foster youth in Miami.
American Councils for International Education
Each year, American Councils for International Education supports hundreds of bright, young, motivated students who have earned scholarships to come to the US to live with a host family and attend high school for an academic year. Our students are exclusively on merit-based programs supported by the US government and US embassies abroad. Our organization is currently looking for Local Coordinators to help place students with great families!
Kroc School, University of San Diego
Our culturally-rich, globally-diverse students and faculty deliver an education in peace-building, social justice and innovative change that blends knowledge with doing. Whether it's Nobel peace laureates speaking on our campus, seminars across the Mexican border, workshops with social entrepreneurs or internships in communities across the world, become immersed in the practice of change-making.
Urban Teachers is changing the equation in education by helping high-need schools hire effective teachers who are ready to make a difference in students' lives. Our residents earn a Masters from Johns Hopkins University and teaching credentials in their subject, special education and ESL. Through hands-on training and coaching, we give teachers the skills they need to close the educational equity gap and pursue a rewarding, lifelong career.
Village X Inc
Village X crowdfunds development for villages throughout rural Malawi. Villages identify solutions to their problems. They contribute cash, labor and materials, and we help fund the rest. We enable donors to invest in real people, and see exactly where their money goes and how it helps.
The mission of Kiribati Keepers is to provide disaster relief in the Pacific island nation of Kiribati as well as help contribute to the relocation effort of citizens currently living on islands soon to be deemed uninhabitable due to cyclones, king tides, and sea water invasion onto their tiny, atoll islands.
Working Capital for Community Needs (WCCN)
Working Capital for Community Needs (WCCN) has created opportunities for access to microfinance, services and markets to improve the lives of the working poor in Latin America for the past 33 years. WCCN empowers low-income Latin American entrepreneurs by sustaining partnerships with microfinance organizations and fair trade coffee organizations in 9 countries.
Global Village Museum of Arts & Cultures
Global Village Museum of Arts & Cultures celebrates and showcases cultural art and artifacts from around the world through engaging exhibits and programs. By collaborating with private collectors and international travelers in the community, the nonprofit Museum brings the world to Northern Colorado in its mission to increase awareness and understanding of global cultures, peoples, and history.
The Fletcher School - Tufts University
The Fletcher School is distinctive among leading professional schools of international affairs for our collaborative, cross-disciplinary approach to identifying and illuminating those connections. Both professors and alumni are active players on the global stage who are ready and willing to share their experiences and contacts in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
Committee for a Museum of the Peace Corps Experience (CMPCE)
CMPCE is a committed group of RPCVs who believe in the value of establishing a museum of the Peace Corps Experience as a means of to fulfill Peace Corps' Third Goal, "Bringing the World Back Home" and establishing a Fourth Goal of maintaining and preserving the Legacy of the Peace Corps. Our mission: To inspire connection with the world by sharing the experience of living within diverse cultures. CMPCE: a private 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization independent of the U.S. Peace Corps
National Peace Corps Association Affiliate Groups
RPCVs of Wisconsin-Madison
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Wisconsin Madison started the International Calendar 30 years ago to raise funds for community development here and abroad. We are celebrating this year by creating a perpetual calendar using photos from the last 30 years that highlight countries served by Peace Corps.
Friends of Afghanistan
Our Mission is to build and sustain an information exchange about Afghanistan and its people and to network for their peace, security and prosperity. We raise funds to support our projects in Afghanistan in many areas, focusing on a textile project and girls education.
Friends of the Dominican Republic
Friends of the Dominican Republic was started in 1998 by DR-RPCV's to support the work of current Volunteers, advance the Third Goal of Peace Corps and provide news and information about Peace Corps DR to our members and friends.
RPCVs for Environmental Action
The intent of our group is to create a community of concern for the environment and the implications of climate change. Bring home to the United States what we have experienced and learned from working abroad. Reach out to our neighbors, legislators, and business entities to take action based on concern for planet health. Help ourselves and others to see what can be done to protect and maintain a healthy environment.
Friends of Tanzania
Friends of Tanzania (FOT) is a non-profit charitable and educational organization, and a 501(c)(3) devoted to: identifying and supporting worthy projects in Tanzania; collecting and disseminating information on the life, culture and development of Tanzania; bringing together people interested in supporting Tanzania.
Ethiopia and Eritrea Returned Peace Corps Volunteer
Ethiopia & Eritrea RPCVs was organized in 1991 and incorporated as a Not-for Profit Corporation in 2003. It was formed for charitable and educational purposes to promote understanding among the peoples of the US, Ethiopia and Eritrea, to educate and inform the general public, and to promote opportunities for achieving sustainable development to these countries through its Legacy Program. It publishes a regular newsletter, "The Herald," and monitors a Facebook Page.
Peace Corps Directors' Panel - Putting it Into Perspective
Three former Peace Corps Directors will present their views on the past, present and future of Peace Corps as part of a panel discussion at Peace Corps Connect 2017. Director Nick Craw, serving under President Nixon from 1973-74, Director Richard Celeste, serving under President Carter from 1979-81, and Director Mark Schneider, serving under President Clinton from 1999-2001, each represent distinct chapters in the history of the Peace Corps. Still actively engaged in our community, each shares insights on Peace Corps' prospects for the future.
Peace Corps Acting Director Sheila Crowley at Peace Corps Connect (Saturday, August 5, 2017)
Join NPCA President and CEO Glenn Blumhorst in a fireside chat with Peace Corps Acting Director Sheila Crowley. Since January 20, 2017, Acting Director Crowley has demonstrated her strong and capable leadership in guiding the agency through the ongoing transition. Strategic planning, ensuring the well-being of volunteers, and undertaking operational exercises to ensure level volunteer numbers in the context of funding cuts are among the agency's priorities in Crowley's tenure. Hear from the acting director herself in this casual conversation with the community.
Friends of Colombia Annual Meeting
Friday, August 4, 2017 3:00 – 5:30 pm
University of Denver, Sturm Hall Room #251
The event will feature research in Colombia by Oliver Kaplan, author and professor. The first Peace Corps volunteers arrived in Colombia in the early 1960s, an opportune time to promote peace and reconciliation. Yet Colombia went on to suffer a decades-long war and nearly became a failed state. What, then, were the legacies of development efforts like Peace Corps? What implications do previous rural development programs have for peace following the recent agreement with the FARC?
Friends of Colombia Dinner (no host)
Friday, August 4, 2017 6:30 pm
Location TBD. For more details contact Pat Wand.
For more details on Friends of Colombia's events, please download this flyer.
The Ethiopia & Eritrea Returned Peace Corps Volunteers
Friday, August 4, 2017 3:00 pm
Anderson Academic Commons (Library)
Jamal Abdie, a Peace Corps staffer, will give an update on Peace Corps Ethiopia
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