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Peace Core jobs can be interesting and rewarding but there are a few things you should be aware of before you decide to turn in you application. First, it's Peace Corps Jobs, not Peace Core Jobs. That's pretty important on the job application. Second, Peace Corps has a special mandate that restricts the number of years you can work for the Peace Corps. The limit is five years (we certain exceptions to the rule). So this is something to consider.

Finally, working for the Peace Corps is different than being a Peace Corps Volunteer. As an employee of the Peace Corps you are a federal government worker and get a salary and benefits like other federal employees.

Just remember you're looking for a jobs at the Peace Corps, not Peace Core jobs.

PCV Carol Tumaylle and two young San Martin Alto boys bring in the barley harvest.  Photo by Carol Tumaylle. Bawku, Ghana, 1993. Typical style of housing in the North of Ghana. The children in the picture are members of the Kussie tribe. Photo by Wayne Breslyn. A rice field on the road to Petchabun Province in northern Thailand, 1986. The fields are flooded with water during rainy season. Photo by Carol Rogers. My students in Bucharest during our pre-service training. They were typical 5th graders, although a little more innocent, like 5th graders a few years ago in the United States. They were excited to learn about the United States. Most spoke English very well, often taking it as a second language in school. Photo by Noah Duvall. At this point the paper is then made into items such as paper envelopes, stationary, and paper cards. San Martin Alto community members outside the local

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