Returned Peace Corps Volunteers


Peace Corps at CU needs a new Recruiter! Will you be attending CU as a student Fall semester 2014? Are you a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer? Maybe recruiting is right for you!

  • Announced on: March 4, 2014
  • Job begins: August 25, 2014 - but shadowing can begin now
  • Hours: 20 hrs/wk (max 5 hours per week during shadow period)
  • Pay: $15 per hour ($10 per hour during shadow period)
  • Location: UMC 341, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Download a job description HERE.

** Please send Cover Letter and Resume to Cedar Wolf at **

We would like to make a selection ASAP with the intention of allowing the new hire the opportunity to shadow the existing campus recruiter for important Peace Corps events on campus during spring semester. Please review a list of responsibilities and expectations below. This is a fun and rewarding job with plenty of opportunities for public speaking and community engagement!


The University of Colorado Boulder (UCB) is a top-producing university for Peace Corps Volunteers. The Peace Corps Campus Recruiter is responsible for coordinating and implementing Peace Corps recruitment and outreach at UCB and the surrounding community during the Academic Year.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • PUBLIC SPEAKING: Preparing and giving presentations to student organizations, classes, and community groups to help meet Peace Corps recruitment goals. This will include a minimum of three Peace Corps Information Sessions and one large recruiting event per semester.
  • OUTREACH: Disseminating recruitment materials at career fairs, information tables and other appropriate venues. This will include a mandatory set of weekly office hours on campus.
  • RECRUITMENT: Interviewing and recommending candidates for Peace Corps service. A minimum of 20 interviews will be expected per academic year.
  • NETWORKING: Establishing and/or maintaining strong relations with professors, staff, campus community and local Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
  • MANAGEMENT: Working closely with the UCB Institute of Ethical and Civic Engagement and the Colorado area Peace Corps team to ensure that all program goals are met. Additional Student Outreach Coordinators may be hired as assistants.
  • SOCIAL MEDIA: Managing the website and the Facebook page.


  • Applicant must be a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer.
  • Applicant must be a CU student or plans to be enrolled as a student by Fall 2014.

What's Your Third Goal?

The Third Goal of the Peace Corps aims to help Americans understand the people and cultures of other countries. As a RPCV, we need your help! Every month, the CU Boulder Peace Corps representative holds information meetings on campus. We are always in need of returned volunteers to attend these meetings who are willing to share some of their experiences and answer questions from prospective volunteers. Giving students insight into your life and experiences in the Peace Corps will help in promoting and spreading Peace Corps enthusiasm. To find out when and where meetings will be held, contact the campus representative.

CU Buff Pride! We are looking for University of Colorado alumni who have served in the Peace Corps. If you graduated from CU and are a RPCV, please send an email with your name, country of service, years of service and what year you graduated from the University of Colorado to

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