RPCV Mentoring Project
For returning Peace Corps Volunteers:
Sometimes the hardest thing about the Peace Corps is adjusting to life back home. That’s why the National Peace Corps Association, in conjunction with the Peace Corps, has created a unique program to help returning volunteers link up with RPCV mentors. Your mentor can help you make the most of the network of Peace Corps resources available to you and provide invaluable emotional support as you transition back to your life in the United States.
For returned Peace Corps Volunteers:
Mentorship is a rewarding experience. In fact, nearly 100% of the mentors in the pilot program said they’d participate again. Returning home is easier with someone there to help. Be a Mentor, a little help goes a long way.
To find out more information about the program, click on the link below.
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