Peace Corps Prep

A certificate program for undergraduates, Peace Corps Prep (PC Prep) provides a framework to build four core competencies that are critical to the work of Peace Corps Volunteers as well as other areas of community, humanitarian aid, and international development. 

Certificate requirements are fulfilled according to an individualized academic and co-curricular plan at Purdue University, and upon graduation, the certificate is awarded by the government agency, Peace Corps.

Although completion of the certificate does not guarantee acceptance as a Peace Corps Volunteer, students gain a competitive advantage when applying to this agency and other intercultural and international fieldwork opportunities.

For more information about PC Prep at Purdue University

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National and International Scholarships Office (NISO)
Peace Corps Prep Program
Honors College – Purdue University
1101 Third Street / HCRS, Room 1064
West Lafayette, IN 47907

For questions about the government agency, Peace Corps, and becoming a Peace Corps Volunteer

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Purdue University, 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-4600

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