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 Bonnie Katalenich, RPCV Zambia 2008-2011, with friends     Barb Knittel, RPCV Bulgaria 2007-2009, working with Roma youth.      Gabe Cohen, RPCV El Salvador, working with kids at site 

   
 

Returning from service in the Peace Corps is one of the hardest things a volunteer can do. Volunteers not only leave behind their international families and friends, they also have to readjust to a fast-paced American culture, wholly different from their two year experience. Tulane Peace Corps Programs supports students who are Returned Peace Corps Volunteers by creating a community where RPCVs can interact and connect with one another academically and socially. This Peace Corps community is not only made up of students, but also the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine staff, many of whom are Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.

RPCVs enjoying the sun at a Peace Corps happy hour     MIs and RPCVs walking for NO/AIDS      Welcome back BBQ with RPCVs and the LPCA



Past Activities with RPCV's Include:

  • BBQ and Social Events
  • NO AIDS Walk in New Orleans
  • Rebuilding Together New Orleans
  • Mentoring MI Students
  • Seminar Panel Participants
  • RPCV Happy HoursJoel Barsky, PCV Fiji, with his neighbor
  • New Orleans themed Social Events

Tulane welcomes Returned Peace Corps Volunteers into their various Master's programs, and the Peace Corps Programs office and Tulane Peace Corps community are available to help make the transition from service to school as smooth as possible.  

Contact us to join the Peace Corps Community at Tulane University!

 

 

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