If you are considering applying to the Peace Corps, we encourage you to refer to the following resources to learn more about the Peace Corps experience and to gain information and skills to help you with your decision.
General Peace Corps Information
|U-M Peace Corps representative
|Our U-M Peace Corps office is staffed by one or more Peace Corps representatives who are Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and U-M graduate students. Our Peace Corps representatives provide information about the Peace Corps, advise those who may consider joining, and accept applications from prospective volunteers. The Peace Corps representatives maintain contacts with Ann Arbor area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and offer an informal setting for them to gather and meet with future volunteers.|
|U-M Peace Corps events calendar||Attend a Peace Corps event and hear first-hand stories and experiences from Returned Peace Corps Volunteers or speak with our Peace Corps representatives.|
|National Peace Corps||The national Peace Corps web site provides a wealth of detailed information about the Peace Corps experience and application process, and answers many commonly asked questions.|
Preparing for the Peace Corps
If you are considering applying to the Peace Corps, you may want to consider developing additional skills to prepare you for your volunteer experience. The national Peace Corps web site provides resources that may be of interest to you, but you can also find the following resources available on the U-M campus.
|Volunteer and service learning (Ann Arbor area)|
|Overseas study, work, and volunteer programs||U-M International Center's Study, Work, and Travel|
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