As Veronika took the first bite, her eyes grew a little bit bigger. Then she took out her cookbooks.
My decision to join the Peace Corps at age 20, right off the Berkeley campus, and to go to a place I had never heard of — Medellin, Colombia, gave me the best education I ever got.
One of the things I love most about the Peace Corps are the amazing learning opportunities we get for free.
Employers of National Service value the experience and knowledge gained by volunteering.
The Peace Corps enabled me to learn about another country, the world around us and myself.
I’m really thankful for my Peace Corps experience and the opportunity it gave me to have a positive impact on a community.
As a Hispanic American Volunteer in Peace Corps Senegal, my experience is different than many of my peers.
Madagascar is the 15th Peace Corps country to join Let Girls Learn, a whole-of-government initiative to improve adolescent girls’ access to education and opportunities for empowerment.
“In school I learned that in order to achieve my dreams, I must work hard for them. #62MillionGirls don’t have that chance.”–Meryam
The Peace Corps is an opportunity to wear many hats and perform a number of roles in which you may or may not have experience.