Celebrating 60 Years of Service and Friendship – A Conversation with Peace Corps Directors

March 1, 2021, 6-7:30 p.m.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is celebrating 60 years of Peace Corps with a panel discussion including 10 former Peace Corps directors.

Moderated by former UW-Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala, one of the first to serve in Peace Corps (Iran, 1962–1964), these leaders will discuss the role of Peace Corps over the decades, stories of volunteering, changes in the organization, and the legacy of Peace Corps. This event will be held virtually, but viewers are invited to submit their questions to panelists during event registration. View more about this event here, and register below.

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To celebrate 60 years of Peace Corps, The International Division invites you to view the virtual screening of “A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps.” This film is streaming on Vimeo for one weekend only, February 26 through March 1st. Register here to view the film, and see the trailer below.