Support for all of your career needs
We help you leverage the unique experience of Volunteer service and use it as a competitive advantage.
Your career link to job listings
Explore job openings posted by employers who want to hire returned Volunteers. New jobs are added daily and include positions in the U.S. and around the globe.
Take advantage of resources and various online and in-person career events to support you in your job search:
- Job search tips and services: Whether you're searching for your first job
or interested in advancing your career, find the tools to define and reach
your career goals.
- Webchats: Take part in regular webchats
with employers and virtual training sessions on a variety of career topics listed in upcoming events or watch videos from past events.
Employers want to hire you
- Use your noncompetitive eligibility to gain a job in the federal government.
- Explore the Employers of National Service, comprised of 300 organizations, big and small, committed to hiring returned Volunteers.
Recently I accepted a position at a Washington, D.C., think tank where I had dreamed of landing a position. The help that I received from the RPCV career center was a significant contributing factor to my job success.Allison, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Guatemala
Starting a Business?
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides free resources and services to help you start and grow your business.
- Entrepreneurial Development: Just getting started? Take advantage of free, individual one-on-one counseling and low-cost training.
- SCORE: Access a nationwide network of business counselors who offer free mentoring services.
- Small Business Development Centers (SBDC): Need counseling for your business? Access business advisors hosted by universities and state economic development agencies.
- Women’s Business Centers: Level the playing field and get assistance for unique obstacles that women entrepreneurs face.
- Loans and Grants: Connect with the SBA and lenders to get loans and financing.
Explore resources to access to the highly skilled, diverse, and continually growing pool of returned Peace Corps Volunteers.