The Peace Corps prep certificate is designed to foster intellectual curiosity in international development while enhancing the competitiveness of Peace Corps applicants. The certificate program has six sectors comprising education, youth development, health, environment, community and economic development and agriculture, with the unifying mandatory course BIS 355 Peace Corps Seminar. Centered around three core competencies in sector-specific skills, intercultural competence and leadership, the certificate program encourages participation in service learning, internship opportunities and study abroad experience.
Peace Corps Prep (Certificate)
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