The semi-annual Peace Corps Partnership Luncheon is right around the corner! This season's regional theme is East Asia/Oceana and we will be dining and the delicious Bollywood Grill. The tasty food will be accompanied by brief presentations and voting on relevant projects that currently serving Peace Corps Volunteers are working on in East Asia and Oceana. Profits raised by the event will go towards funding the project that attendees select during the voting process.
Entry to the event includes a buffet and the donation to PC projects. RSVP today at email@example.com and buy your tickets in advance following the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!
It's that time of year again for the semi-annual Volunteer Send-off! Come bid the new volunteers safe travels as they prepare to leave for their Peace Corps experience. Meet volunteers about to leave, newly returned volunteers, and those who have been back for a while. Have fun swapping stories or helping soothe parents' concerns for their children.
Light refreshments will be served.
The 2015 calendars have arrived! Have first pick when you come to the summer picnic on Saturday, July 19th, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order. The price for non-MPCA members is $11. Members pay $9 and members who buy 10 or more pay $7.
We have announced the 2014 social hours! This year, we will have a few "travelling" social hours where we will choose an alternative location to have a drink and a chat with anyone who is interested in Peace Corps.
Social hours take place at 7:30pm, and will be at the Oakcrest Tavern (4022 N Oakland, in Shorewood), when no other location is mentioned. They are open to anybody interested in Peace Corps and are a great way to chat about MPCA and to learn more about Peace Corps and hear individual volunteers' stories.
Here are the Social Hour dates for 2014:
Camp Mariposas (Camp Butterflies) received a $500 MPCA grant to support the camp, which is based on Peace Corps' Camp GLOW. The camp took place during the first week of March 2014 and 24 women from three different communities were able to participate. Participants attended workshops and training on leadership and empowerment, building and maintaining healthy relationships, reproductive health, education opportunities and goal-setting among others. Upon return to their communities, the young women worked together to start community clubs to further educate their communities and teach what they learned during the camp. For more information and updates, please visit facebook.com/campmariposas.