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PC Prep Program - Overview 

  



As of Fall 2017 the University of North Florida is partnering with the Peace Corps to offer a Peace Corps Prep program. 

 

Peace Corps has identified four core competencies that are critical to the intercultural fieldwork Peace Corps Volunteers do:

  1. Sector-specific skills 
  2. Foreign language proficiency
  3. Intercultural competence 
  4. Professional savvy and leadership 

The Peace Corps Prep program allows you to create frameworks to build these four competencies, integrating coursework with hands-on experience and professional development. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate from the Peace Corps—and a competitive edge when applying for Peace Corps service. 

 

Peace Corps Prep programs correspond with the Peace Corps’ new application process, which lets you choose where you want to go and what you want to do. You can first explore and discover the Peace Corps Prep opportunities that excite you, and what skills you will need to be a competitive applicant for those positions. If you enroll in the Peace Corps Prep program, you can then shape your curriculum around those requirements!

 

Please note: Receiving a Peace Corps Prep certificate does not guarantee acceptance into the Peace Corps.