Notable Returned Volunteers
Members of Congress. Diplomats. Educators. Business leaders. Researchers. Doctors. Writers. And the list goes on and on.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers use the skills and experiences they gained overseas to help build careers in virtually every sector of our society. They are leaders, problem-solvers, and creative voices. They can be found in every walk of life. And many say their Peace Corps service had a profound impact on their careers.
Returned Volunteers possess a high level of confidence, independent judgment, and cross-cultural resourcefulness that are recognized by employers in all professions.
Click on a category to find out about returned Volunteers in each sector who have continued to make a difference in the world.
- Arts and Literature
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in arts and literature.
- Business and Industry
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry.
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in communications.
- Non-Profit and Development
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in nonprofit and development.
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in government.
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in Education.
- Foreign Service
- Notable returned Peace Corps Volunteers in foreign service.
Last updated Jun 12 2013
The Notables section of the Peace Corps website illustrates a sampling of the career achievements of returned Volunteers. The list is intended to represent for prospective Volunteers the scope of work possible following Peace Corps service. It is not exhaustive.
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