WorldView magazine serves the greater Peace Corps community with news, comment, the arts, politics and commerce of the cultures of the larger world. Here you will read about America abroad as told by those who make a difference in communities – one community at a time - and in their own lives.
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In these pages, we engage with the heartache and opportunity of Latin American development, the spirit of adventure and survival in the savannahs and cities of Africa, the quest for stature and meaning in Asia, and a new definition of political tradition in Eastern Europe.
We look at what is changing our world from technology, trade and terrorism to democracy, viruses and drought. These are stories told by Americans abroad in a challenging and changing world.
Each issue gives voice to Peace Corps Volunteers as they serve, Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who are still dedicated to global service, and to everyone who wants to make the world a better place to live.
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Ours is a vibrant community where in the pages of WorldView you can:
- Find a graduate school where you can hone your skills with a fellowship
- Choose a new career path through employers looking for your special experience
- Rededicate yourself to the needs of a country of service through more than 150 groups reported in our pages
- See what old friends are up to in Achievements
- Explore new ways to build your world through articles about NPCA grants and gifts.
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“I would like to thank you for all of the amazing work you put into WorldViewmagazine. Reading it gives me a great feeling of solidarity with other Volunteers and RPCVs around the world and always serves to remind me that I’m part of something very special, and something that is much bigger than I am.”
— Anna Waterfield (Tanzania 2012-2014)
“I have read Worldview for years now and it was FABULOUS to get at post. It’s important to know someone, somewhere out there is doing what you are doing, with a twist, and that’s what keeps volunteers serving and communities asking for more….this publication really does make a difference.”
— Rachael Miller (Benin 2006-2008)
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