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 Peace Corps Online



But first read a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive about Peace Corps Online.




Peace Corps Online
Peace Corps Online is an online message board and news forum for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. With over 40,000 web pages, Peace Corps Online is the most comprehensive source of information about the Peace Corps on the internet. Over 250,000 Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and Friends of the Peace Corps visit Peace Corps Online every month. Peace Corps Online has no connection or affiliation with the United States Peace Corps which is a government agency.


To contact Peace Corps Online
We are always looking for news, stories, op-ed's, press releases, and articles by Returned Volunteers or about the Peace Corps. You can contact us at: "Ask Not" - P.O. Box 1960 - Ponca City, OK 74602 or send an email to the address at the bottom of this page next to the graphic.


To subscribe to our Monthly Newsletter
Click the following link, to subscribe to the Peace Corps Online mailing list for the Monthly Newsletter


To receive an email copy of all postings made on Peace Corps Online
Click the following link, to join the Google Group for Peace Corps Online. The mailing list is very comprehensive so we suggest you start by subscribing to the daily digest version.


To appear in the Directory of Volunteers
Take a look at who is already signed up from your Country of Service at the Directory of Peace Corps Volunteers by Countries of Service. Click the following link, if you want to Sign up to appear in the Directory of Returned Volunteers.


To find news and information about your Country of Service
Click the following link, for news and information about the Peace Corps in your Country of Service.


To find current news about the Peace Corps
Peace Corps Breaking News is updated weekly. PCOL Magazine is our Monthly Newsletter that we send out by email to everyone who is registered. Read a summary of the first four years of publication of Peace Corps Online Magazine


To find information on a specific Peace Corps related subject
If there is a specific topic e.g. Ecology, Architecture, Fund Raising, etc. that you are interested in and want to find what the Peace Corps has done in this subject area, look in the Peace Corps Library.


To make an Announcement
If you want to make an general announcement to the RPCV community, you can go to our Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Bulletin Board and leave a message. If you want to make an announcement to members of your Country of Service, you can go to our Country of Service RPCV Bulletin Boards and leave a message. If you want to make an announcement to RPCVs who live in your state, you can go to our RPCV Bulletin Boards by State and leave a message.


To find a Lost Volunteer
First take a look in our Directory of Peace Corps Volunteers by Countries of Service and see if there is a listing for who you are looking for. Someone may be looking for you. Sign up for your name to appear in the Directory of RPCVS here. If that doesn't work, then leave a message in the Lost Volunteer Section and/or leave a message in the volunteer's Message Board for Countries of Service.


To learn more about the Peace Corps
If you are a prospective volunteer and want to get an idea of what the Peace Corps will be like, take a look at For Prospective Volunteers, Peace Corps Humor, Peace Corps Stories, and Peace Corps Volunteers in the Field.

If you are a prospective volunteer and want to ask a question about the Peace Corps and what to expect or take with you, go to the Yahoo Peace Corps Group.

To apply to become a Peace Corps Volunteer, go to the official Peace Corps web site.


Who publishes Peace Corps Online?
Who publishes Peace Corps Online? Read the following stories about Peace Corps Journalism, from the Maryland Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, and a summary of the first four years of publication of Peace Corps Online Magazine.




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