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The intensity of the Peace Corps experience does not just fade away into some soft-focus, pastel memory file. It morphs and glows and finds ways to illuminate all sectors of US society: public and private. Returned volunteers, volunteers, staff, trainers, and co-workers belong to a vast community that some groups and individuals have nurtured ever since the World Wide Web opened up endless opportunities to connect. Peace Corps at 50 would not have been possible without the generous access and energy the following portals have provided. If you know of a site that makes it easy to stay in touch with the Peace Corps experience, please let us know. We will add it to the list.


Peace Corps Connect: This site is powered by the National Peace Corps Association to serve the needs and interests of the Peace Corps community.

Peace Corps Worldwide (into which Peace Corps Writers has been folded) is an online community and resource for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, Peace Corps Volunteers, their friends and families, and all who share a desire for international understanding.

Peace Corps Online is the vast independent news forum serving returned Peace Corps Volunteers (and anyone else who is interested).

Peace Corps maintains the official story of the Peace Corps.

Push for Peace Corps is a grassroots campaign powered by the energy and individual actions of tens of thousands of former volunteers, their families, friends, and many more Americans who believe in the mission of the Peace Corps.

Fallen Peace Corps Volunteers Memorial Project is a site for remembrance. To date, 276 volunteers have sacrificed not only their energies and time, but also their lives while pursuing the Peace Corps mission.

Maps of the Peace Corps is a showcase of maps made by Peace Corps Volunteers from five decades of volunteer service around the world and collected by Chris Delcher.

Peace Corps Journals offers an instant update of fresh stories told by Peace Corps Volunteers all over the world.

Peace Corps Wiki is a collaborative project whose goal is to create a free, interactive, and up-to-date source of information about serving as a volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps.

Third Goal is an independent and free community blog for Peace Corps volunteers. Anyone may create an account and begin sharing their Peace Corps experience with others.