Peace Corps Week

February 24 - March 2, 2019

Peace Corps Week commemorates President John F. Kennedy’s establishment of the agency on March 1, 1961, and celebrates all the ways that Peace Corps makes a difference at home and abroad.

2019 Peace Corps Week theme: "A day in the life..."

This year's video challenge is now closed.

Look out for this year's top video submissions across social media during Peace Corps Week.

What does a day in the life of a Peace Corps Volunteer, host family member, counterpart or community member look like in your Peace Corps country? This Peace Corps Week we challenged you to support the Third Goal of Peace Corps and teach Americans about your host country’s culture through a one-minute video. Share what life in your country looks like with the world!

View playlist of 2018 finalists


More ways to join the celebration

Anyone
Watch Feb. 24-March 2, 2019
View the Peace Corps Week Video Challenge submissions on social media.
Anyone
Check out Peace Corps Week events in your local area.
Volunteers • RPCVs
Share on social
Post your photos of faces and places from service and tag #PeaceCorpsWeek.
Volunteers • RPCVs
Share your service on Facebook and tag #PeaceCorpsWeek.
RPCVs
Use our playlist to showcase the Video Challenge finalists.
RPCVs
Share your host cultures through displays, songs, dances, or games.
RPCVs
Tell stories around the theme of home, family, and community during service.
Volunteers • Educators
Bring the global perspective of a Volunteer to any learning environment.
RPCVs • Educators
RPCVs can visit classrooms to introduce young learners to customs, beliefs, and adventures.
Educators
Use our resources to bring the Peace Corps experience to life for your students.