Experience the Peace Corps in Alumnae Visit

Published: February 09, 2015 | Read Time: 1 minutes

Get a chance to join the Peace Corps and travel to third-world countries, giving life-altering aid on Wednesday, February 11 at 1 p.m. when alumnae and Peace Corps recruiter Madi Rhodes visits Southern Utah University.

In the Sharwan Smith Student Center’s Entertainment Bureau, learn from Rhodes and her experience while she served in the Peace Corps in Samoa.

The Peace Corps volunteers have been traveling to third-world countries since 1961. Since they have been established, Peace Corps has sent more than 220,000 volunteers to 140 different countries educating kids, providing health services, helping youth in development and other life-altering aid.

Come listen to this SUU’s alumnae experiences while in Samoa, she will be available for questions and learn how you can join the Peace Corps.  

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