NJ RPCVs and friends are invited to an ethnic luncheon gathering on Saturday, September 20th, 12 noon at SOL Mexican Cantina, 3366 Route 22 West, Branchburg, NJ 08876. (www.solmexicancantina.com, (908)526-4SOL)
The restaurant is centrally located and has great Mexican food, a festive atmosphere, and good prices. Spouses/friends/family members are welcome!
Please RSVP by Thursday, September 18th to:
Janet Matts at email@example.com or her cell phone (908) 334-5504.
Peace Corps Africa shirts are available from the Atlanta RPCVs until Sept. 21st. Please click here for more info: Continue reading
Our RPCV-NJ Outreach Coordinator recently received this request from Nakechia Gay, RPCV-Ecuador 2012-14 regarding a RPCV Volunteer Opportunity for Education Reform. Please click here for more info: Continue reading
A “Meet Up” Group as been established for the NJ RPCV community
Join the group and get updated information on upcoming activities including but no limited to social, outreach and volunteer events.
It’s harvest time! There will be a volunteer harvesting event happening at Howell Living Farm on Saturday, August 16, 11AM to 3PM. Click the following link for more info: http://www.howellfarm.org/ShowProgram.aspx?Program=71
An exhibit of artwork by artist RPCVs is being organized for showing in April-May 2015 at Rutgers University Douglass Library, New Brunswick, NJ
Title: “Lasting Impressions of Peace Corps Service in Health,
Education and Development Programs”
Eligible work must have been created either during your Peace Corps service or, if after your service, must be directly influenced and inspired by your experiences as a Peace Corps Volunteer and life in your host country. Continue reading
One of nine winners of the Peace Corps “Blog It Home” challenge is Anna Nathanson from Teaneck, NJ serving in Cameroon.
We are posting her blog on our website and Facebook to help support her chances of winning. She and the other eight winners will travel from their countries of service to Washington DC to present their blogs.
The RPCV-NJ has given a $500 grant to a PCP project in Armenia sponsored by Rosie Jeffrey, a PC from Caldwell. Rosie sent us the following email: Continue reading