DOWNLOAD A POWERPOINT OF THE PEACE CORPS MASTER'S INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR COLORADO HERE.
After completing a bachelor’s degree, many students view two of their options as "join the Peace Corps" or "earn a graduate degree." That need not be a decision any longer; do both!
For 2011, the University of Colorado at Boulder and the Peace Corps are jointly implementing a broad Master’s International (MI) program which encourages students to combine
Students may pursue this program at CU Boulder under the auspices of four established graduate degree programs:
The Master’s International program provides students with the unparalleled opportunity to complete a master’s degree and two full years of challenging work experience related to their fields of interest. Students earn more than a degree: they earn two years of Peace Corps experience. They will have opportunities to apply theory to practice, to attain outstanding skill sets, to gain a vital world view perspective and the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the global community.
Additionally, the Peace Corps provides a variety of other benefits, including:
More information can be found on the Peace Corps website: click here!
"You wouldn't expect to meet an old friend, a classmate, or a family member living in a rural village, thousands of miles from home. But that's what I saw; not in the literal sense - because they weren't actually there - but in a sense of similarity. The Peace Corps taught me to see things - even those foreign and furthest from my youth - as familiar. I saw old friends with different faces. And, in that, I understood...if the world is a stage, the story is the same around the world. All that changes is the scenery. Such things aren't witnessed through the lens of convention. It takes a willingness to cross into the unknown and uncertain. But, for me, the Peace Corps has proven that such jaunts are entirely worthwhile."
-- Kevin P. Shimokawa
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