Peace Corps Connect is the Peace Corps community’s annual conference hosted by the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA)
and its affiliate groups to connect, engage and inspire our community.
At this year’s conference – Peace Corps Beyond – we look forward to celebrating 55 years of Peace Corps and the limitless potential of our community to continue to create change.
The conference will highlight work being done by our community members and partner organizations and explore how, through increased collaboration, we can continue to champion Peace Corps ideals.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 9:00 AM – Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
George Washington University – 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052 – View Map
A group of RPCV’s helped plant trees on Arbor Day as part of the greater project to improve Plaster Creek Watershed areas. Calvin College is leading a long term education, planting, conservation, rain water retention and native plant program throughout the Plaster Creek urban and rural connected watershed.
We will be assisting Plaster Creek Stewards, an organization sponsored/managed by Calvin Collage Stewards’ Spring Event – restoration activities scheduled for Saturday, April 30, 9:00 am to noon. Activities begin with a brief presentation at Calvin’s Bunker Interpretive Center at 1750 E. Beltline, SE, then on to our work activity.
Bunker Center is located north of Burton St. immediately beyond the overhead pedestrian crossing at the first opportunity for a right turn off the E. Beltline. Drive across the street immediately parallel to the E. Beltline to a the parking area for Bunker Center. The Center is a short walk from the parking area. Google “Bunker Interpretive Center” for a visual image.