Kevin Quigley is searching for 100,000 people. As president of the National Peace Corps Association, it’s Quigley’s job to unite former and current Peace Corps members. But of the more than 200,000 who have served since the agency’s inception in 1961, only half are registered with the Peace Corps. Click here for the full story.
When volunteers return home from service with The Peace Corps, they often want to stay in touch with fellow Corps members. Can social media help them do that? Yes, says Erica Burman, director of communications at The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA). Click here for the full story.
The National Peace Corps Association is seeking the names of volunteers who served in the Peace Corps.About 200,000 Americans have volunteered for the Peace Corps since it was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. But records of that service were lost during the Nixon administration, association president Kevin Quigley said, when President Richard Read more about Newsday: Peace Corps Seeking Names of Volunteers […]
OFM, a leading office and school furniture manufacturer, distributor, and wholesaler, is featured among several case studies about its ongoing work in Taiwan in a new book by Jan Yager, “Grow Global: Using International Protocol to Expand Your Business Worldwide.” Click here for the full story.
The National Peace Corps Association says it’s looking for about 100,000 good volunteers. They’re people who served in the overseas development program at some time in its 50-year history but later lost touch with their former colleagues. NPCA President Kevin Quigley says there’s no complete list of the 200,000 Americans who volunteered for the program, Read more about NPR: Lost Touch-Peace Corps In Search Of 100,000 Old Volunteers[…]
The catalog, which is distributed to the OFM’s dealers, this year contains QR, or quick response, codes that lead buyers to additional information about a particular product. Click here for the full story.
OFM, office and school furniture manufacturers, unveiled its first QR codes in its 2012 product catalog, a high-tech effort that is rarely seen in the furniture manufacturing industry. Click here for the full story.
OFM, a leading U.S. office and and school furniture manufacturer, distributor, and wholesaler, has unveiled for the first time QR codes in its 2012 product catalog, a high-tech effort that is rare in the furniture manufacturing industry. The codes can be accessed with any smartphone using several free apps. Click here for the full story.
Erica Burman is director of communications for the National Peace Corps Association, which recently embarked on a campaign to track down every former Peace Corps volunteer. Click here for the full story.