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Peace Corps

Position  Peace Corps Volunteer
Requirements  Peace Corps continues to seek applicants with skill sets in education, agriculture, environment, health and business. We also need applicants majoring in areas such as Liberal Arts, Humanities, Cultures and Languages, International Studies, Non-profit Management, Political Science, Anthropology, Geography, Communications, Journalism, History, etc. This is the perfect time for seniors with these majors to apply since many more positions are becoming available for 2011.Peace Corps looks for applicants with leadership skills and commitment to service, and if needed, can advise on the best type of volunteer or internship work to complete according to skills and interests to fully qualify for a spot.
Responsibilities  In addition to making a difference for others, Peace Corps service comes with tangible benefits: Combining service with graduate school for credit and/or financial assistance; Paid living expenses; Full health and dental coverage in service; Vacation days; $7,425 readjustment allowance upon service completion; Deferment or partial cancellation of some student loans; Job placement support and federal employment advantage; International work experience and cultural exchange; Affordable health insurance after service; Network of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers for social and career connections.
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Other Information Interested candidates can go to www.peacecorps.gov/application to apply online and talk with a recruiter about Peace Corps assignments best matching their qualifications. 
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