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"ARC helps us reach audiences, reach people we never would have the capacity to reach before but always wanted to," said Kevin Quigley, president of the National Peace Corps Association. One of the most exciting parts of the ARC site is that it asks and encourages native Africans to share their ideas.
But Congress recently eliminated the program before it ever took effect after the National Peace Corps Association, a group of returned volunteers and staff, complained that it would cloud a clear distinction between Peace Corps volunteers and the military.
The National Peace Corps Association seeks a director to develop and implement expansion plans and programs for members and affiliate groups; maintain member database; liaison with groups and board of directors; and conduct workshops for group leaders.
Suite 800 Washington, DC 20005 (202) 729-8180 http://www.americorpsalums.org National Peace Corps Association Suite 205 1900 L St., NW., Suite 205 Washington, DC 20036 (202) 293-7728 http://www.rpcv.org
National Peace corps Association, The Population Institute, The Sierra Club, People and the Planet, and Zero Population Growth.
There is a National Peace Corps Association, which is quite active and has many loyal members.
The idea of the house parties sprang from the National Peace Corps Association, which aimed for 500 parties and reported 740 such events.
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