Skip to main content
US Flag An official website of the United States government

Connect with the Peace Corps

If you're ready for something bigger, we have a place where you belong.

Follow us

Apply to the Peace Corps

The application process begins by selecting a service model and finding an open position.

Peace Corps Volunteer
2 years, 3 months
Log in/check status
Peace Corps Response
Up to 12 months
Log in/check status
Virtual Service Pilot
3-6 months
Log in/check status

Let us help you find the right position.

If you are flexible in where you serve for the two-year Peace Corps Volunteer program, our experts can match you with a position and country based on your experience and preferences.

Serve where you’re needed most

Support Community-Led Projects

Show options for:

Choose from our projects, countries, or sectors, or donate to the Global Fund.

Sort and filter
View Results
1-10 of 10 results
Two men remove the cover of a bee hive.
Contributions to the Agriculture Fund support one of the most basic needs of communities worldwide: safe and sustainable food production.
A closeup of a man's hands as works with a calculator and writes numbers in a notebook.
Volunteers are posted throughout the developing world to help local businesses thrive in ways they never thought possible.
The hand of a young girl under running water from a recently built pump.
The very basic needs of clean water and accessible sanitation are absent from many communities around the world.
A smiling female Peace Corps Volunteer kneels next to the desk of a young boy reading from a book.
Throughout the developing world, Peace Corps Volunteers are working in their communities to share the precious gift of education.
A rainbow shines across a waterfall, surrounded by green trees.

Climate change disproportionately impacts many of the countries where the Peace Corps serves.

A young female health worker dressed in scrubs stands in exam room.
Donations to the Health and HIV/AIDS Fund will help combat global health issues such as poor nutrition, the spread of infectious diseases, and the devastating social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS.
A smiling female Peace Corps Volunteer helps a young boy seated at a computer.

Peace Corps Volunteers are working with men and women in communities throughout the developing world to help them gain access to information technology skills and resources.

Two men build a metal structure.

Contributions to the Municipal Development Fund will support overarching capacity building across all sectors, such as health, education, and waste management.

A group of smiling women in brightly colored dresses sit on a bench.

Contributions to this Fund are committed to community-initiated and Volunteer-led projects such as establishing women's cooperatives, increasing women's access to resources and services, exploring gender roles, building shelters, and increasing training programs.

Group of youth leaders gathered for a photo after youth leadership training.
In communities that face very basic struggles, the specific needs of children and young adults often go unaddressed.