Virtual Service Pilot

Expanding opportunities for service

We are excited to offer this chance to connect Returned Peace Corps Volunteers with Peace Corps host countries.
Open to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers only.
Collaborate virtually with Host Country Counterparts.
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Peace Corps Virtual Service Pilot

The Virtual Service Pilot is a distinct opportunity. Participants are private citizens who donate their time by engaging virtually to contribute to the mission of the Peace Corps.

Participants spend 5-15 hours per week collaborating with Host Country Counterparts on tasks and advancing the mission of the Peace Corps through meaningful virtual engagement.

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Virtual service has shown how powerful human connections are - even those made over great distances and many time zones - and how much can be accomplished when we challenge the status quo.

Peace Corps Director Carol Spahn

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The Peace Corps Virtual Service Pilot (VSP) is a virtual service opportunity whereby Virtual Service …

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Virtual service engagements are between 12-27 weeks long, depending on the request of the Host …

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No. Virtual service is distinct from Peace Corps Volunteer service and Peace Corps Response service. …

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Many Returned Peace Corps Volunteers choose to serve again - either as a two-year volunteer or as part of our shorter Response program. Support communities whether you serve virtually or in-person.

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