Peace Corps or Grad School? Why not both?
University of New Hampshire - Durham
Durham, NH 03824
Join us for a special panel event to learn more about Peace Corps service and the Carsey Institutes Coverdell Fellows Program from students, professors, and Returned Volunteers. The University of New Hampshires Master of Arts in Development Policy and Practice Program affords Returned Peace Corps Volunteers an experiential learning opportunity that will prepare them for advanced policy- and practice-oriented work in the field of sustainable development, also providing a tuition scholarship to eligible students. The panel event will provide information on both Peace Corps Service and The MADPP program as well as sharing experiences from international development practitioners.
Location: MUB 334/336
The Peace Corps is seeking dedicated people to fill thousands of positions around the world. Submit an online application between August 15 and September 30 at www.peacecorps.gov/apply to be considered for an assignment departing summer 2014. Serving in the Peace Corps has many professional and personal benefits such as deferment of student loans, free medical and dental care, grad school programs with financial assistance, and two years of international work experience, to name a few.
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 Robert Orton
Last updated Sep 03 2013