Montana State University students have access to a certificate program that promotes intercultural competence and global service. MSU is a partner university with the Peace Corps and has the designation of university with an offical Peace Corps Prep program. Learn more about the Peace Corps Prep program.
Peace Corps service is a life-defining leadership experience with the mission to promote world peace and friendship.
Since 1961, the Peace Corps has shared with the world America's most precious resource
– its people. Peace Corps Volunteers currently serve in 60+ countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, the Pacific Islands,
and the Middle East.
Peace Corps Volunteers live, learn and work with a community overseas providing technical assistance in six program areas: Education, Health, Environment, Agriculture, Youth in Development, and Community Economic Development.
Learn: Watch a video or read more on the Peace Corps Volunteer webpage about what it's like to be a Volunteer including what Volunteers do, where they go, and discover the many benefits of Peace Corps service.
- Peace Corps Volunteer (27 month positions)
- Peace Corps Campus Ambassador at Montana State University (internship-one academic year)
- Peace Corps Response (short-term for experienced professionals)
Sign-up to receive e-mail updates about upcoming Peace Corps events in your area and learn about volunteer experiences in the field. Contact a recruiter to have your questions answered. Bethany Martinez 208-283-7465, Regional Recruiter.
It’s easy! Start your Peace Corps application today and choose where you want to apply to serve.
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Life is Calling. How Far Will You Go?
MSU Graduate -B.A. Liberal Studies, Class of 2011
Peace Corps Volunteer, Peru 2011-2013
Community-Based Environmental Management Program
“Peace Corps provided me the opportunity to live and work in a small farming community in the remote region of Chachapoyas, Amazonas. I helped establish new collaborative relationships between local educators, community leaders, government officials, and worked to improve natural resource management and environmental education. My experience in Peru yielded many lasting friendships and many lasting skills – including project management, grant writing, communication, team building and leadership. Back in Bozeman, I secured a job as Assistant Project Manager to the Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Partnership at MSU, and apply lessons from Peace Corps on a day-to-day basis.”
Be a Volunteer.