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If you have served with the Peace Corps, you may have earned some educational benefits as a reward for your service.
Today's Peace Corps is more vital than ever, working in emerging and essential areas such as information technology and business development, and contributing to the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Peace Corps volunteers continue to help countless individuals who want to build a better life for themselves, their children, and their communities. You can combine graduate school and Peace Corps service through two unique programs:
- Before and during your service: Master’s International allows volunteers to incorporate Peace Corps service for credit in a master’s degree program in a variety of fields at more than 80 academic institutions nationwide.
- Following your service: The Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program (formerly known as Fellows/USA) offers returned volunteers lifetime eligibility for financial aid, such as scholarships and stipends, and professional internships at more than 70 partner schools.
For more information on how to become a Peace Corps member, please visit peacecorps.gov/learn.