Where do you go in the Peace Corps?
Africa. Benin. 1968-present. Asia. Cambodia. 2007-present. Caribbean. Dominican Republic. 1962-present. Central America and Mexico. Belize. 1962-present. Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Albania. 1992-1997, 2003-present. North Africa and the Middle East. Jordan. 1997-2002, 2004-2015. Pacific Islands. Fiji. South America. Colombia.
Can permanent residents join the Peace Corps?
To be eligible for Peace Corps service, an applicant must be a U.S. citizen prior to receiving an invitation. Citizenship is established either by birth or by naturalization. The State Department will require proof of citizenship before issuing a Peace Corps candidate a U.S. passport.
How much money do you make in the Peace Corps?
The typical Peace Corps Volunteer salary is $331. Volunteer salaries at Peace Corps can range from $203 – $765.
How long is service in the Peace Corps?
What is the age limit for the Peace Corps?
18 years old
Why can’t Peace Corps join military?
Q: Why does Peace Corps Service disqualify you from certain military jobs? To avoid even the APPEARANCE of impropriety. The Peace Corps doesn’t want host countries to think their volunteers are a cover job for spies, nor that the Corps is a training ground for spies.