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Peace Corps Info Session: Service That Helps the Earth

Location: UCB 113

If you've always wanted to challenge yourself on an international playing field while making a difference on a grassroots level, the Peace Corps wants you. The Peace Corps needs environment specialists to address conservation concerns and alternative energy issues in communities around the globe. Help improve a community's livelihood and develop sustainable solutions, while gaining global skills for your career.

Join us at this environment and agriculture-focused information session to learn about Volunteer experiences, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

For an informational interview with a Peace Corps recruiter please contact Bhoj Rai at brai@peacecorps.gov or 831.207.6745.

For more information, contact: pchawaii@hawaii.edu 8089566860

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