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NorCalPCA is responding to Coronavirus Evacuee Needs!

This page will be continually updated with new resources and information. Please bear with us as we are an all-volunteer team.

Email to volunteer or request support from the association

Jobs and careers

Join the Northern California Peace Corps Association Linkedin group and post jobs

Collection of Northern California job search resources for RPCVs

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Provisions in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (also known as the CARES Act) which became law on March 27, 2020, provided benefits to individuals not otherwise eligible for participation in traditional unemployment insurance programs. This benefit is known as Pandemic Unemployment Assistance or PUA.

Peace Corps can issue you a letter verifying your eligibility for
PUA, but ultimately you will need to apply with the state for benefits.  In California Peace Corps volunteers can apply for PUA here.


Hostelling International offering free lodging to returned Peace Corps Volunteers

In need of temporary shelter? In addition to the resources shared by the RPCV community in the evacuation support group NorCalPCA's partner Hostelling International is serving any Returned Peace Corps Volunteer looking for lodging in the United States.

Externally, the rates begin at $19, however when the guest arrives, we will offer a comp
stay for these travelers.

Please note in order to receive these discounts, you must enter the promo code CONSULATE when booking. If booking by phone, please provide the promo code CONSULATE to the agent.

Current open locations include:
New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco


RPCV Health Crusade  is offering Peer support sessions.  They are also running a national survey to understand the health needs of Returned Volunteers.


They have also compiled a resource library dedicated to getting medical needs met

Upcoming Events

Join one of NorCalPCA's many upcoming events!