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 semester (starting Tuesday, September 3) are as follows:

Monday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

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**Friday office hours are by appointment only, please email to set up a Friday appointment if none of the times listed above work.


U-M Peace Corps Office Advisors

Peace Corps Recruiter: Allison served in Tanzania from 2013-2016. During her first two years, she served as a Secondary Education volunteer, teaching English, Math, and Physics to high school students. As an Education volunteer, she also organized and participated in youth conferences focused on girl’s empowerment, STEM education, and HIV/AIDS and malaria prevention. Additionally, she assisted her school and village community in completing a project to develop a library at the secondary school. For her third year of service, Allison served as a Peace Corps Volunteer Leader (PCVL) in the Programming and Training Unit. As a PCVL she assisted in designing and implementing Pre-Service Trainings, Early Service Trainings, and Grassroot Soccer Trainings for Peace Corps Tanzania trainees and volunteers. Allison is currently a student at the University of Michigan Law School and is hoping to pursue a career in public defense.

Peace Corps Recruiter: Adriane served as a Community Health Empowerment volunteer from 2014-2016 in Fiji. During service, Adriane taught life skills and healthy living courses to students at a primary school, conducted outreach programs with the local nursing staff, and facilitated professional development sessions with educators. In partnership with the community, she completed a USAID Small Project Assistance grant to increase access to clean drinking water. While serving as a Peace Corps volunteer, Adriane acted as a Peer Support Network (PSN) volunteer which involved mentoring fellow volunteers. Presently, Adriane is a graduate student at the School of Public Health within the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education; her studies focus on reproductive and global health issues.