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Volunteers have the opportunity to experience the rich cultural and geographic diversity that make any one of these Caribbean nations a challenging and rewarding country of service.
  
'''The Northern Virginia (Nova)  RPCV group strives to build an international network of Peace Corp alumni to foster peace through better understanding of other cultures and social and physical geography.  We encourage mentoring of new and returning PCV’s, working together in local service projects, and promoting the 3Rd goal of Peace Corps.  Our regional coverage includes all of Northern Virginia'''
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For a detailed history of Peace Corps in Inter-America and the Pacific Region see [[Inter-America and Pacific|here]]
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Our Goals are:
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1)  To build an international network of Peace Corps alumni, current volunteers, staff, and friends to exchange ideas and experiences;
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2)  To mentor prospective Peace Corps Volunteers;
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3)  To engage in community projects, both here and in our communities of service;  and
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4)  To promote the 3rd goal of Peace Corps.
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Our Activities are:
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'''Current'''<br>
1) Potluck meetings every second month – the second Sunday of the month with a speaker from our group.
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[[Dominican Republic]] <br>
2) Ethnic dinners
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[[Eastern Caribbean]]<br>
3) Booth at the Reston Multi-Cultural Festival
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[[Guyana]]<br>
4) Volunteer service activities in the community
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[[Jamaica]]<br>
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[[Suriname]]<br>
  
  
If you are interested in participating, please email us at novarpcv@gmail.com
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'''Past'''<br>
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[[Haiti]]
  
If you are a currently serving Peace Corps volunteer from Northern Virginia, and have a in country project that needs some funds, consider reaching out to us with a proposal. We do not have a lot of funds, but can help out.
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==Statistics==
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'''[[The Caribbean]]''' currently represents '''4%''' of the volunteers.
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By sector:<br>
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Volunteers serving in [[The Caribbean]]<br>
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'''45%''' are [[Youth Outreach|Youth]] and [[Community Development| Community Development Volunteers]]<br>
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'''20%''' are [[Business Development|Business]] and [[Information technology|Information & Communication Technology Volunteers]]<br>
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'''20%''' are [[Health| Health Volunteers]]<br>
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'''10%''' are [[Environment| Environment Volunteers]]<br>
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'''5%''' are [[Education| Education Volunteers]]<br>
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'''<1%''' are [[Agriculture| Agriculture Volunteers]]<br>
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==External links==
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* [http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.wherepc.caribbean&region=caribbean&noflash=y The Caribbean] Official US Peace Corps website on The Caribbean
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[[Category:The Caribbean]]

Latest revision as of 02:53, 11 August 2015

Volunteers have the opportunity to experience the rich cultural and geographic diversity that make any one of these Caribbean nations a challenging and rewarding country of service.

For a detailed history of Peace Corps in Inter-America and the Pacific Region see here


Current
Dominican Republic
Eastern Caribbean
Guyana
Jamaica
Suriname


Past
Haiti

Statistics[edit]

The Caribbean currently represents 4% of the volunteers.

By sector:
Volunteers serving in The Caribbean
45% are Youth and Community Development Volunteers
20% are Business and Information & Communication Technology Volunteers
20% are Health Volunteers
10% are Environment Volunteers
5% are Education Volunteers
<1% are Agriculture Volunteers


External links[edit]