December 24, 2001 - NPCA Group Leaders: Schedule for Peace Corps 2002 Conference in Washington

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Tentative Schedule for Peace Corps 2002 Conference in Washington

Read and comment on the NPCA announcement of their tentative schedule for the 2002 Conference at:

Update on Conference Schedule*

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Update on Conference Schedule

Attached below you will find an updated (although rough) conference
schedule. Please note that the Country of Service dinners are now
scheduled for Friday evening, a departure from the September schedule.

Thursday, June 20
All Day: Advocacy Day (Capitol Hill)
All Day: Global Challenge
Afternoon: Bazaar
Afternoon: Board meeting, Part I (Capitol Hill)
Evening: Welcome Reception, (Great Hall in the Library of

Friday, June 21
All Day: Bazaar
All Day: Career Fair
Morning: Opening Ceremony (Constitution Hall - confirmed)
Afternoon: Panels and Workshops (on campus)
Evening: Country of Service Group Dinners (embassies and
Evening: Peace Corps Staff Reception (TBA)

Saturday, June 22
All Day: Bazaar
All Day: Career Workshops
Early am: Volunteer Day
Morning: President's Forum/Annual General Meeting (TBA)
Afternoon: Panels, Workshops and Country of Service Updates (on
Evening: Fundraising Dinner (Gala), (TBA)

Sunday, June 23
Morning: March to Arlington/Closing ceremony (Memorial Bridge
and Arlington National Cemetery - confirmed)
Afternoon: Picnic and Games (Ball fields at 23rd and
Constitution -confirmed)
Afternoon: Board Meeting, Part II (TBA)

Date and Time TBA:
Host Country National Awards
Ruppe and Shriver Awards

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