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Digital Library Story Ideas and Suggestions

"Camel Caravan to Chinguetti"
contributed by Laura Lartigue, RPCV Mauritania

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Peace Corps Digital Library. Your contribution will help ensure that the Peace Corps’ rich legacy of service is maintained for future generations.

We are currently accepting online submissions only. You will need to save your story as a document (.doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt file) before beginning the online submission process. Many libraries and community centers have scanning and word processing equipment available for their patrons.

Tell Your Story

Telling Your Peace Corps Story is a great way to assure Americans have a better understanding of the Peace Corps experience. It also helps bring to life the people you’ve known, and the ways in which your experience has changed people’s lives, including your own.

Your story can be up to 1,500 words, and should be about some aspect of your Peace Corps service. One story per contributor. At this time we are accepting stories in English only.

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Please Note

In order to be published in the digital library, your submission must:

Peace Corps reserves the right to edit or reject submissions to the digital library.

Once you have completed your story, save it as a .doc, .txt or .rtf file and upload it using the online submission form.

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