Peace Corps Recruiter on Campus Feb. 5
February 02, 2015
Students interested in volunteering for the Peace Corps can meet with a recruiter on campus this Thursday to find out if joining is right for them.
Regional Recruiter ALice Walker will be on campus all day on Thursday, February 5th. She will have an information table set up in the Social Science Building Lobby from 10am to 4pm, and will then host an information session in Kennesaw Hall 1203 from 5:30 to 7pm.
Interested students are encouraged to bring any and all questions they have about the Peace Corps and its activities.
The Peace Corps is a volunteer organization improving education, health, youth development, the environment, economic development, and agriculture for people in need around the world.
In addition to improving lives, Peace Corps volunteers also have lifetime eligibility to participate in the Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship Program, which offers financal assistance for graduate school.
To learn more about opportunities with the Peace Corps, be sure to stop by the information table and session on Thursday. You can also contact Alice Walker directly at 404-562-3468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.