Peace Corps Office Hours and Advisors

The U-M Peace Corps office is located in the U-M International Center at the Ann Arbor central campus, Student Activities Building (SAB).

Our office hours for the Fall 2022 term are as follows:

Tuesday 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Wednesday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Thursday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Please click on the calendar icon below to schedule an appointment!

Book appointment

If you're unable to find a time that works with your schedule, please email peace.corps@umich.edu to set up an appointment. Right now our appointments will be conducted virtually (all appointments have a Zoom link attached), however in-person appointments can be arranged if you send us an email with a request.

 

Peace Corps Prep Certificate Program

If you're an undergraduate student who is considering applying for the Peace Corps in the future, we would recommend looking into the Peace Corps Prep certificate. Peace Corps Prep at the University of Michigan will prepare you for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps service. To accomplish this, you’ll build four core competencies through interrelated coursework, hands-on experience, and professional development support. To find out more:

U-M Peace Corps Office Advisors

Hannah Collins

Peace Corps Recruiter: Hannah Collins (she/her) served as a Secondary Education English Teacher Trainer in Colombia. She taught English with Colombian Co-Teachers from grades 6-11 while working on secondary projects with Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Colombia, a girls empowerment organization, and on the Gender Equity Committee for Peace Corps Colombia. For the past 2 years she has been serving as a College Adviser at Kearsley High School in Flint, Michigan through MSUCAC and AmeriCorps. Currently, she is a Master of Social Work student at the University of Michigan. In her free time, she loves reading, reading over 50 books a year, and hiking, mostly day hikes.

Haley Neuenfeldt

Peace Corps Recruiter: Haley Neuenfeldt (she/her) served as a rural education development volunteer in Njenga, a small community in the Northwest Province of Zambia from 2019-2020. As a volunteer, Haley’s primary role was teaching English language classes at the local secondary school. When she wasn’t teaching, she enjoyed cooking Nshima with her host mom, picking mangos with her host sisters, and reading and spending time with her two cats. She graduated in 2019 from the University of Richmond where she studied Global Studies with a focus on Latin America and Geography. She is currently a second-year graduate student at the School for the Environment and Sustainability and the Ford School of Public Policy where she is pursuing an MS in Environmental Policy and a Master of Public Policy. Outside of school, she enjoys cooking, yoga, and spending time by the river.