Am I Qualified?
From Peace Corps Wiki
Is there a place for you in the Peace Corps?
You may already know that all Peace Corps Volunteers must be U.S. citizens of at least 18 years of age. Here are a few things that might surprise you:
- There is no upper age limit. In fact, the oldest Volunteer ever to serve in the Peace Corps was 86.
- You don't have to know another language.
- Having a four-year college degree by the time you're ready to leave for the Peace Corps will help your chances of acceptance. But it isn't absolutely necessary, and for some programs work experience, relevant skills, and/or a community college degree can qualify you.
To see if you might qualify to join the thousands of Volunteers who serve in the Peace Corps each year, take a minute to complete the following questionnaire on the official website listed below. While this form is not a substitute for the official Peace Corps application, it will provide you with a general sense about your chances for acceptance. It will also give you ideas for what you can do now to strengthen your application.
 External Links
Am I Qualified? Official US Peace Corps Website