Malaysia RPCVs Listed as Notable Persons in Wikipedia

Books by Malaysia RPCVs on a Malaysian theme

Malaysia RPCVs' Significant Achievements 

Malaysia RPCV Memoirs and Interviews

Malaysia RPCVs who served in the U.S. Foreign Service 

(President Kennedy wanted to change the Foreign Service with the infusion of Peace Corps men and women, telling Sargent Shriver in 1963 as the first contingent of volunteers were coming home, “Let me know if there is anything I can do, because these are the guys to get into the Foreign Service” (Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman All You Need is Love: The Peace Corps and the Spirit of the 1960s p. 117). One estimate is that about 10 percent of Foreign Service Officers are RPCVs, including Malaysia PCVs): Michael Anderson (Malaysia 20), Marjorie Harrison (1974-76), Jamari Salleh (1973-75), Charles Silver (Malaysia 20), William Weinhold (Malaya 1), Robert C. Schmidt (Sabah/Sarawak 3, 1963-66)