Check out donate.peacecorps.gov to learn more about opportunities to support Peace Corps Volunteers implementing community-based projects in Ecuador and across the world.
PC Live: Home to online resources representing the work and life of Peace Corps staff and Volunteers.
The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is made up of returned Volunteers. You can find links to all the “Friends of” groups for most countries of service.
World Wise Schools is dedicated to promoting 21st century global learning through stories, activities, and classroom resources, all of which are based on Peace Corps Volunteer experiences. Peace Corps' innovative Coverdell World Wise Schools program brings the Peace Corps experience home to American classrooms by free cross-cultural learning materials, videos, lesson plans, podcasts, publications. WWS also enables educators to connect their classrooms with current and returned Peace Corps Volunteers. With the objective to promote cultural awareness, broaden perspectives, and encourage service among their students
The Youth and Families Development Program of Peace Corps - Ecuador is very thrilled to share its second edition of The Sunshine Times! This edition intends to compile the most important qualitative and quantitative developments of the work carried out by our Volunteers and counterparts of Ecuador (between January – June 2017) in the field of substance abuse prevention and life skills.