Location, Hours, and Contact Information
The U-M Peace Corps office is located in the U-M International Center at the Ann Arbor central campus, Student Activities Building (SAB).
U-M International Center
Office Hours Fall 2015
Please email email@example.com to schedule an appointment. We will be checking our email all summer. Don't hesitate to reach out with your questions and be sure to send us your resume for review before you submit your application. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates.
Information Sessions Fall 2015
U-M Peace Corps Office Advisors
Benjamin Morse, Peace Corps Recruiter: Benjamin is a dual-degree Master's candidate in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. He earned his B.S. in Natural Resource, Recreation and Tourism from Colorado State University in 2011. Benjamin served in Hawzien, Ethiopia from 2011 to 2013 as a Conservation, Natural Resource Management Specialist. During his service he partnered with Millennium Village Projects, an American-based NGO, to pilot a community-based eco-tourism initiative that focused on poverty alleviation. Benjamin also coordinated the provision of over 20,000 fruit trees to rural farmers and conducted subsequent orchard establishment training sessions in his district. As a secondary project, Benjamin developed Kids for Kids, an innovative educational music video project that focused on high-priority topics in health, education and the environment that were brought forth by the community. Near the end of his service, Benjamin partnered with several other volunteers to complete a 175-mile run across Northern Ethiopia to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS and to raise funds for imagine1day, a Canadian-based NGO that works in equal opportunity education.
Molly Green, Peace Corps Recruiter: Molly Green is a Master's student at the School of Public Health. She obtained her B.A. in International Development Studies from UC Berkeley in 2010. Molly served as a Community Health Volunteer in Morocco from 2011 to 2013. While there, she led multiple health projects including an HIV/AIDS education and testing campaign at an international music festival and a health and environment club at her local middle school. She worked with other volunteers and local officials to build a bathroom and do hygiene education at a rural elementary school. In her last months of service, she partnered with fellow volunteers and a local women's non-profit organization to facilitate a Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Camp for girls.
Last reviewed: 10/15