Thinking about launching an international career when you graduate? Consider the http://www.industrymailout.com/Industry/Redirect.aspx?u=297370&q=317113102& lm=15699244&r=280732&qz=f07f06c27ca02d0b2102d63b59dc2323> benefits of doing so with the Peace Corps. As a Peace Corps volunteer, you will live and work abroad, learn a new language, receive a living stipend with medical/dental benefits, and possibly qualify for student loan deferment, among other advantages.
Juniors and Seniors interested in serving a community overseas with the Peace Corps should take note of the following:
(1) Apply By Friday, July 1 — For students who plan to depart for service in July, August or September 2012, it is recommended to submit an application by July 1. http://www.industrymailout.com/Industry/Redirect.aspx?u=208955&q=317113102& lm=15699244&r=280732&qz=00ced9213a3ff8685371064511ee0613> Continue your application or http://www.industrymailout.com/Industry/Redirect.aspx?u=124019&q=317113102& lm=15699244&r=280732&qz=90c20fd8588b6b0851b492a64252b2a6> start your online application now.
(2) Gain Experience This Summer — Use your summer internship, job or volunteer experience to help you qualify for a Peace Corps assignment. Learn more about what makes you competitive when applying to Peace Corps at our upcoming info session
(3) Connect With Us – Attend our upcoming info session on Wednesday, June 1st at 5pm in Smith 205. This your opportunity to get your questions answered about applying, volunteering, and everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Peace Corps!
Questions? Contact Erin Larsen-Cooper, UW Peace Corps Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.616.5801.
Erin Larsen-Cooper UW Peace Corps Representative Career Center
University of Washington
134 Mary Gates Hall
RPCV Uganda ’06-’08
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