Lynn Minderman was kind enough to share her experiences as a PCV in Lesotho and talk to our group about the work she is doing through a 501(c)3 called Quolaquoe Mountain Connections. The organization’s mission is, “to benefit the people … Continue reading
Check out these quick trips down memory lane, hosted by Chris & Kim at the Mango Tree, Fair Trade Boutique in Ballston Spa.
Don’t let this happen to you. We’ve got two events this weekend and you’re invited: Happy Hour at the Washington Tavern, Friday 5.30pm; Details here Birthday Cruise on Lake George for Yvonne. Saturday, Boarding at 5.30pm; Details here. As always, … Continue reading
Thanks to Sara and everyone who showed up for our walk in the Pine Bush. We may be planning a similar outing during winter so stay tuned. For more information about the Albany Pine Bush Discover Center, click here: http://www.albanypinebush.org/discovery-center
Skidmore College and the University at Albany (SUNY) are both seeking help and support for their international students. These are two great opportunities to return the hospitality we received as PCVs and to introduce students to your corner of America … Continue reading
Ryan Lesley, the outgoing regional recruiter, has shared some upcoming PC recruiting events in our area. Ithaca College: September 10th, 5 – 7 PM SUNY New Paltz: September 11th, 11 – 3 PM SUNY Cobleskill: September 18th, 11 – 3 … Continue reading
Below is a graphical look at where our recent web traffic has come from. Not surprisingly, the vast majority of visitors are from with in the US. But there are some surprising countries on this list, some that have never had Peace Corps too!
These statistics are from the launch of our new site in April 2012 to present.
Click to enlarge the image.
Join us on the shores of Lake Champlain for the weekend of August 11 and 12. Becky Dixon will host us again this year for what promises to be a great time. Details August 11-12 136 Barksdale Rd, Westport, NY. … Continue reading
If you love blogs about Peace Corps, you are in luck: The Online Education Database has posted its list of the 40 Best Peace Corps Blogs. Somehow, our site was left off this list but we’ll forgive them.
Click here to view the list: http://oedb.org/library/beginning-online-learning/the-40-best-peace-corps-blogs
You many have noticed that our website has a map of the countries where our members have served as Peace Corps Volunteers. You may also have noticed that most of the country balloons have no content.
You can change that.
Next time you’re browsing our site, click the balloon for your country of service. If it’s empty, think of some links, photos, and other content you can add. The content should focus on things you want people to know about your country of service including on-going projects you want to promote. It can highlight your peace corps service and your time there too.
Send your content to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multiple submissions are fine. We’ll post it all.