Do I need a college degree to serve in the Peace Corps?
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“It depends on the position you are applying for. Applying to become a Peace Corps Volunteer is a competitive process, and many positions have minimum education, work/volunteer experience and/or language requirements to qualify for consideration. The Peace Corps serves at the invitation of host country governments, and host nations have the right to identify their own needs and may choose to set a degree requirement. While a four-year college degree is required for most positions, there are assignments that accept professionals with a wealth of work experience in place of a degree. For example, did you build your own business from the ground up? You could be a great Business Advisor. Have you been counseling at-risk youth full-time for several years? Perhaps you could be an Urban Youth Development Volunteer.” - Ashley, returned Volunteer and the Suitability and Security Program Assistant for the Peace Corps.

Whether you have a four-year college degree or not, connect with a recruiter to get all of your questions answered and gain tips to create a competitive application. What are you waiting for? Chat with us TODAY: http://bit.ly/29ovTff.
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  • gopeacecorpsDo I need a college degree to serve in the Peace Corps?
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    “It depends on the position you are applying for. Applying to become a Peace Corps Volunteer is a competitive process, and many positions have minimum education, work/volunteer experience and/or language requirements to qualify for consideration. The Peace Corps serves at the invitation of host country governments, and host nations have the right to identify their own needs and may choose to set a degree requirement. While a four-year college degree is required for most positions, there are assignments that accept professionals with a wealth of work experience in place of a degree. For example, did you build your own business from the ground up? You could be a great Business Advisor. Have you been counseling at-risk youth full-time for several years? Perhaps you could be an Urban Youth Development Volunteer.” - Ashley, returned Volunteer and the Suitability and Security Program Assistant for the Peace Corps.

    Whether you have a four-year college degree or not, connect with a recruiter to get all of your questions answered and gain tips to create a competitive application. What are you waiting for? Chat with us TODAY: http://bit.ly/29ovTff.
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    #thursdayvibes #peacecorps #howiseepc #volunteerabroad #applyPC #instatravel

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