The Paul D. Coverdell Peace Corps Program at Bowling Green State University aims to enhance the skills and knowledge returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) acquired during service and assist underprivileged communities right here in the United States. Through our academic and service programs we seek to enrich previous experience and to broaden individual perspective and worldview.
Our energy for learning, service, and global perspective serves as a foundation for Coverdell Programs here at BGSU. We continuously seek ways to connect local communities with our Fellows to benefit both groups, and to foster a supportive and active Fellows community.
We have welcomed over 50 returned Peace Corps Volunteers to our campus to bring their service home through all our graduate degree programs designed to build upon their service and to meaningfully apply those skills. Through internships and collaboration in our growing RPCV community, these graduate programs support the Third Goal of Peace Corps by bringing RPCVs' unique experiences to areas of the United States where they are most needed.
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