African American Heritage Month Panel Event
Auburn Avenue Research Library
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Heritage Education Center Auditorium 4th Floor
101 Auburn Avenue, NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
One of the goals of the Peace Corps is to help the people of other countries gain a better understanding of Americans and our multicultural society. The agency actively recruits people with a variety of backgrounds and experiences to best share our nation's greatest resource, its people, with the communities where Volunteers serve around the globe. Attend this panel discussion in honor of African American Heritage Month at the Auburn Avenue Research Library to hear stories from minority Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. You will also be able to learn about Volunteer benefits, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process from a Peace Corps Recruiter.
Note on parking: The Library has a limited number of reserved parking spaces that are free on a first-come/first-served basis. Numbered parking spaces are NON-RESERVED and cost $5. The MARTA train or bus may be a better option: www.itsmarta.com
About the Peace Corps: Read more or watch a video about what it's like to be a Volunteer including what Volunteers do, where they go, and the many benefits of Peace Corps service. Or apply now to begin your life-defining experience.
For questions about this event contact Alethea Parker
If you require a reasonable accommodation when attending a Peace Corps event, please contact the recruiter identified in the “for questions about this event” section of the event listing. Please provide the details of the reasonable accommodation you are requesting.
Last updated Apr 15 2013