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Western Washington University’s Career Services Center is pleased to announce the hire of Abby Senuty to fill the role as the Peace Corps Recruiter for the university. Originally from Bellingham, Abby served in the Peace Corps in Morocco as a Youth in Development Volunteer. Her other…

Western Washington University’s Career Services Center is pleased to announce the hire of Abby Senuty to fill the role as the Peace Corps Recruiter for the university. Originally from Bellingham, Abby served in the Peace Corps in Morocco as a Youth in Development Volunteer. Her other…

Hi Fabulous WWU Students,

I hope this message finds you well this quarter adjusting to online learning. IF you want to do the Peace Corps after you graduate, now is the time to learn more about it so you can prepare for the application process.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for Upcoming…

The Peace Corps today released the 2020 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities across the country, and Western Washington University was ranked No. 19 among large schools, with 46 WWU alumni currently serving.

Since the Peace Corps’ founding in 1961, more than…

The Peace Corps listed the Bellingham metropolitan area as fifth nationally of metro areas per capita with the highest number of Peace Corps volunteers.

Bellingham is home to the main campus of Western Washington University, which the Peace Corps in 2019 ranked as No. 5 nationally among…

WWU Environmental Studies alumna Ava Michael ('18) of Coupeville has been accepted into the Peace Corps in The Gambia and will depart Oct. 7 to begin training as an agroforestry volunteer.

“This is an incredible opportunity to work with people I might never otherwise be…

I became interested in the Peace Corps while studying abroad in Kenya and Rwanda in 2014 as a student at Western Washington University.

While in East Africa, we worked on a tree nursery project with a community organization. We developed relationships first…

The Peace Corps today released the 2019 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities across the country, and Western Washington University was ranked No. 5 among medium-sized schools, with 32 alumni currently volunteering worldwide.

Since the Peace Corps’ founding in…

Western Washington University’s Career Services Center is hosting a panel discussion for students, graduates, and community members interested in exploring exciting opportunities with AmeriCorps and/or the Peace Corps. 

AmeriCorps is one of the largest employer of recent college…

The Peace Corps today released the 2018 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities across the country, and Western Washington University ranked No. 18 among large schools on the agency’s 2018 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list. There are 46 Western…

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