The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) offers local NGOs access to short-term technical expertise from volunteer corporate consultants through the Cultural Agility Leadership Lab (CALL) program, implemented in partnership with Northeastern University.

Below are some of our future program ​requests for assistance.  Priority is given to NGOs aligned with Peace Corps programs or those founded or supported by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs).

If you would like more information on joining us as an NGO partner, please fill out our NGO Contact Us form

If your organization would like to be considered for receiving technical assistance please fill out our NGO Request form


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NGO request from Costa Rica

Since its inception in 1987, ​the organization has implemented national and regional projects in the field of human development, educational innovation and new technologies. These initiatives have contributed decisively to understand the use of technology in education as instruments to expand the potentials and capabilities of people.  The organization seeks to apply innovative teaching models to 100% of Costa Rican public schools through the implementation of the National Program of Educational Informatics.

 

Mission:

Contribute to improving the quality and equity of learning opportunities of the population, to enhance its human development through innovative educational proposals and models that focus on people and harnessing digital technologies.

Assistance:

Support training processes and review of the contents of the training plans

Background:

Business administration

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CALL — Cultural Agility Leadership Lab — is a partnership between the National Peace Corps Association and Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business that infuses international corporate volunteer and pro bono advisor programs with the deep cross-cultural understanding and flexibility for which Peace Corps Volunteers have long been known.

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