SAGE’s 2019 Graduates

SAGE’s 2019 Graduates

via sageguyana.org SAGE is proud to announce their 2019 graduates: Gina Chin, Medicine Kerrie Hooper, Computer Science Tatyana Moore, Agriculture Ariel Robertson, Agriculture Andy Sattan, Engineering  Below, some of them share their thoughts on their university experiences and future plans. What has been the best part of your university experience? “Meeting […]

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Museum of the Peace Corps Experience Exhibit

Museum of the Peace Corps Experience Exhibit

A note from the Museum of the Peace Corps Experience, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! Affiliate groups of the National Peace Corps Association are collaborating to celebrate the vision of Peace Corps Place—NPCA’s future home—with an exhibition on September 22, 2019, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. […]

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Oppose S.2320 to Make Peace Corps a Sub-Agency of the State Department

Oppose S.2320 to Make Peace Corps a Sub-Agency of the State Department

Join the Peace Corps community in protecting the independent, non-political nature of the Peace Corps by opposing legislation (S.2320) introduced by Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) that would make Peace Corps subordinate to the Department of State under the direction of the Secretary of State. By safeguarding Peace Corps’ status as […]

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Peace Corps Documentary World Premier: A Towering Task

Peace Corps Documentary World Premier: A Towering Task

Via peacecorpsworldwide.org Save the date to join the Peace Corps community for the gala premiere of A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps on September 22nd at The REACH at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Watch your inbox in mid-August for details about the premier and how […]

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Arthurville Primary School World Map Project Final Report

Arthurville Primary School World Map Project Final Report

With the National Grade Six Assessment finished, and the bulk of their primary education behind them, the soon-to-be graduates of Arthurville Primary School wanted to leave their mark on the institution that brought them to this point. Having only three months left in their primary school careers, the twelve students […]

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Peace Corps Museum – Be a part of it!

Peace Corps Museum – Be a part of it!

Dear RPCV, Have you noticed that there are no museums celebrating our Peace Corps service? The Museum of the Peace Corps Experience has been working to fill this gap—first, with an online presence, and ultimately with our own museum in Washington, D.C. The Museum is now actively seeking wide participation […]

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Introducing 2018 SAGE Scholar Uvannie Roopram

Introducing 2018 SAGE Scholar Uvannie Roopram

Uvannie Roopram A graduate of Rosignol Secondary School, Uvannie plans to become a software engineer after she completes her studies in Computer Science at UG. She took time out of her busy schedule to answer a few questions about being a SAGE scholar and her passion for computers. What does […]

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Small Project Assistance (SPA) Program 35th Anniversary Celebration

Small Project Assistance (SPA) Program 35th Anniversary Celebration

via peacecorpsworldwide.org WASHINGTON – Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen joined USAID Counselor Chris Milligan to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Small Project Assistance (SPA) Program. The joint collaboration has supported more than 25,000 projects and 2,800 training activities in 116 countries over the past three decades. On Monday, at a […]

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