Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Peace Corps Director Visits on April 26

Peace Corps Director Ronald Tschetter will visit campus on April 26 to recognize Puget Sound as the number one producer nationally of Peace Corps volunteers for small colleges and universities. Learn more about joining this distinguished group of alumni!

Web Site:
Representatives: Chan Pongkhamsing
Type of Organization: Federal Agency (additional information about organization at the bottom of this page)

Information Table
Thursday, April 26
10 am - 4 pm

Information Session
Thursday, April 26
6 - 7 pm
McIntyre 107

1. Education, Health, Business, Environment, Agriculture, Information Technology
2. Community Development, Youth Development
Majors: Open to all majors
Compensation: Monthly stipend, and $6075 salary upon completion of service

Additional Organization Information: The Peace Corps is a renowned international development organization that was founded by President Kennedy in 1961. The goal of the Peace Corps is to provide education and technical training to citizens of other countries while promoting cross-cultural exchange. Since 1961, more than 169,000 Volunteers have served in 136 countries around the world. The Peace Corps is a federal government agency.

For more information about the programs, benefits and challenges of the Peace Corps, please visit

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