MUSEUMof the Peace Corps Experience
 “For every young American who participates in the Peace Corps—who works in a foreign land—will know that he or she is sharing in the great common task of bringing to man that decent way of life, which is the foundation of freedom and a condition of peace.”
President John F. Kennedy
March 1, 1961
Photo by Caroline Fong, Tanzania 2016–2018
Experience the Peace Corps

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Google Map of Peace Corps Stories
Peace Corps Stories on the Map—You can use Google Earth to see the locations that MPCE-associated RPCVs have served and read their stories. Click the image above to go there now or HERE for tips on using it.
Peace Corps Place
Click the above drawing for information about the Museum's first exhibits in Washington, DC, at Peace Corps Place, the new home of the National Peace Corps Association.
Peace Corps at 60
Click the graphic for details about this exhibit and a Virtual Exhibit Tour
Many faces of the Peace Corps
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs), who identify as a member of a non-majority group in the USA, talk about their unique Peace Corps experiences. Click the above graphic for more information and a video.