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Your adventures are only just beginning.

Older Americans contribute tremendously to Peace Corps programs all over the globe. No single group has more to offer in terms of experience, maturity, and demonstrated ability.

Many older Volunteers find their age to be an asset while serving overseas. You will have the opportunity to share a lifetime of work and wisdom with people of developing nations who respect and appreciate age. And because there's no upper age limit to serve, it's never too late—Volunteers who are well into their eighties have served and continue to serve.


Rewards
Learn about the many benefits and rewards older Volunteers gain from Peace Corps service.


Serving Abroad
Information about living and working overseas.


Medical and Health Insurance
Learn more about the medical screening process, expenses, and healthcare.


Finance
Social Security benefits and arranging financial affairs for living abroad.


Federal Government Employees
Information to jumpstart a conversation with your agency’s human resources department.


External Links

Older Americans Official US Peace Corps Website

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