More than 215,000 volunteers have served 139 countries since the Peace Corps’ inception in 1961. The organization sends Americans abroad to serve in areas of education, health, the environment, economic development, youth development, agriculture and more, to create sustainable change that lives on long after their service.
Are you thinking about participating in the Peace Corps? Why not think about it together with other Tulane students, and with Returned Peace Corps volunteers, who can share with you their stories and their thoughts about the challenges, benefits, and lifelong impact of Peace Corp service? Through participation in the Tulane Peace Corps Prep Program you will not only acquire skills, experience, and academic training that will strengthen a Peace Corps application; you will also clarify your ideas about where and how you would like to serve.
Learn more about Tulane's Peace Corps program and benefits of entry
Complete courses within your major that make you a competitive Peace Corps applicant
Before, during and after your time volunteering
Helpful links that serve to prep students as they fulfill their Peace Corps requirements
Interested in joining the Peace Corps after graduation? Reach out!