Returned Peace Corps
Volunteers of South Florida

Join RPCVSF! Need a reason? Here's what one of our new members said:

"I was thoroughly happy to meet [RPCVSF members], you have a great group with a great attitude." Jeff Guenther (Malawi, '85-'87)

Join us at an RPCVSF event, and you might find among our members:
  • advocates, an arborist, artists, attorneys, authors
  • bankers, botanists, business owners
  • a city commissioner, a commodities trader, a credit card specialist
  • doctors (MDs and PhDs), a dog trainer, a Director of Global Learning
  • elected officials, an entomologist, environmentalists, executives
  • financial planners, foundation presidents
  • gardeners, a golf course superintendent, grandparents
  • horticulturists, hospitality staff, human resources professionals
  • information technology specialists, international development workers
  • jewelry-makers, journalists
  • kayakers, kiln operators
  • a landscape architect, librarians, linguists, lobbyists
  • a massage therapist, a mathematician, municipal planners
  • national park rangers, news junkies
  • an occupational therapist, ornithologists, outreach workers
  • parents, a pastor, philanthropists, a pilot, professors, psychologists
  • quilters, quiz-show fans
  • a realtor, recruiters, a restaurant owner, runners
  • SCUBA divers, service-learning experts, singers, students
  • tax experts, teachers, tour guides, triathletes
  • United Nations staff, a university president
  • vegetable crop specialist, volunteers (of course!)
  • a wildlife officer, women's rights advocates
  • xeriscapers
  • yoga fans, youth mentors
  • zoning experts

Carolyn Klepser, Oman '75-'77, Barbara Junge, Togo '85-'87, and Kristen Guskovict, Burkina Faso '00-'02. Different eras of service being happy together.

August, 2016
Carolyn Klepser (Oman; Zaire) was elected to the Miami-Dade County Democratic Executive Committee.
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