Georgia

Peace Corps in Georgia

There are 111 Volunteers in Georgia working with their communities on projects in community economic development and English education. During their service in Georgia, Volunteers learn to speak Georgian. More than 660 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Georgia since the program was established in 2001.
Volunteers
Current: 111
To Date: 660
Program Dates
2001-present
Official Language
Georgian

Volunteer Openings in Georgia

View all

English Language Teacher (Primary/Secondary Education Level)

Read more

Community Development Volunteer

Read more

NGO Advising Volunteer

Read more

Regardless of how many times you’re told, the song remains the same: Peace Corps is the toughest job you’ll ever love. No day brings the same overall experience as the last or will be like the next. Working as an Education Volunteer in Georgia is a true test of a Volunteer’s ability to be flexible, patient, and innovative on many different levels

Mikaela, Volunteer 2012-2014
Follow us and see volunteers in action:

Support Projects in Georgia

View all

Contributions to the Georgia Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Georgia.

Read more and give

Vision: Students enjoy learning with the help of new technologies, as they develop writing, speaking, listening, and reading skills. The cabinet ha...

Read more and give

METS: Mathematics, Engineering, Technology, and Science. In Georgian, mets also means, "€œme too"€. METS camp embodies both meanings as a five day...

Read more and give