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Peace Corps Volunteer

We are looking for citizens who want to be a part of something bigger and are willing to go the distance to make a difference. Is that you?

In more than 60 countries, Peace Corps Volunteers are putting their purpose, passion, and skills to work in partnership with welcoming host communities – growing, teaching, learning, and making change. Together.

As a Peace Corps Volunteer, you’ll live and work alongside community members on locally prioritized projects, receiving a stipend and other support as you immerse yourself in a new culture. You’ll build relationships, exchange knowledge, and help transform lives for generations.

Peace Corps Volunteers:

Serve for two years following three months of in-country training.
In addition to the $375 monthly readjustment allowance, the Peace Corps provides each Volunteer with housing and a living stipend that enables them to live and work alongside the people in their community of service.
Receive medical and dental care during service.
Receive transportation to and from country of service.
Often learn a new language during service (some positions may require French or Spanish; language requirements vary by job opportunity and country).
Opportunity to earn a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate.
Receive career support and federal hiring benefits when they return home.
Earn lifetime eligibility for graduate school fellowships through the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program.
Must be U.S. citizens.
Must be at least 18 years old (no upper age limit).
When you serve in the Peace Corps, your efforts will have an impact on people’s lives – today and for generations to come. There are six sectors and countless ways you can work with communities to make change together. In addition to Peace Corps’ two-year Volunteer program, Peace Corps Response offers opportunities for experienced professionals to undertake short-term, high-impact service assignments overseas.

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