Voting will close at 5 pm on Wednesday, September 30th, 2020. Keep an eye out for results in the October e-newsletter, on our Facebook page, and on the SEAPAX website.
We appreciate your participation. Please email us with any questions.
Open Board Positions
Would you like to get more involved with SEAPAX and our local RPCV community?
There is no better way to do so than to serve on our Board. We would like to fill the following non-elected Board position immediately:
Advocacy Co-Chair - As part of a team, the Advocacy Co-Chairs educate the RPCV community and elected officials on Peace Corps issues such as the budget, expanded healthcare, employment after service, and volunteer safety.
If you are interested and/or would like to learn more, please email us.
Special Screening of A Towering Task
In case you missed SEAPAX’s July screening of “A Towering Task,” the award- winning Peace Corps documentary (or wish to view it again), here is a special opportunity hosted by the Museum of the Peace Corps Experience. Tickets are available to watch online through September 30. All income from ticket sales supports the creation of museum exhibits to help celebrate the 60thAnniversary of Peace Corps next year.
We are excited to announce you can now support SEAPAX when you shop online with Amazon Smile! Set your charity to SEAPAX here, and then make sure to use smile.amazon.com each time you make a purchase. Thank you for helping us out!
Refugee Artisan Initiative Face Masks
Refugee Artisan Initiative, a former recipient of a SEAPAX community grant, is selling Black Lives Matter and VOTE face masks sewn by refugee and immigrant women in their workforce development program. Purchase a mask to support living wages for refugees and immigrants in the Pacific Northwest!