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Peace Corps Info Session next week


Interested in living abroad? Passionate about international development? Looking for a challenge after graduation?

This Wednesday, February 20, Alison McReynolds, a former volunteer and current recruiter for the Peace Corps, will be on campus to talk about her organization.

  • 10 am – 12 pm: Information table in the Well in Trinity Main (by the main entrance)
  • 12 pm – 1 pm: Presentation and Q&A in Social Hall

Whether you’re a freshman, a senior, or a graduate student, stop by to learn about this opportunity!



What is the Peace Corps?

The Peace Corps is a US government agency that send volunteers to more than 70 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico, South America, Europe, the Pacific Islands, and the Middle East. Volunteers work in a variety of areas, including Education, Health, Business and Information & Communication, Technology, and Youth and Community Development. Volunteers usually commit to spending two years abroad, and receive a living allowance, language and cultural training, and a stipend upon their return. There are also many other advantages and benefits that come with being a Peace Corps volunteer. For more information, check out the Peace Corp Catalog, or come to the information sessions mentioned above!


Organized by the Department of International Affairs (CAS) and Career Services

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