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Members of Congress. Diplomats. Educators. Business leaders. Researchers. Doctors. Writers. And the list goes on and on.
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Former Peace Corps Volunteers use the skills and experiences they gained overseas to help build careers in virtually every sector of our society. They are leaders, problem-solvers, and creative voices. They can be found in every walk of life. And many say their Peace Corps service had a profound impact on their careers.
 
  
Former Volunteers possess a high level of confidence, independent judgment, and cross-cultural resourcefulness that are recognized by employers in all professions.
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==See also==
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* [[Afghanistan]]
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* [http://afghanconnections.org Afghan Connections]
  
[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Arts and literature]]<br>
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[[Category:Afghanistan]] [[Category:Friends]]
[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Business and Industry]]<br>
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[[Category:RPCV Associations]]
[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Nonprofit and Development]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Government]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Education]]<br>
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[[Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Foreign Service]]<br>
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==External Links==
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.notable Notable Former Volunteers] Official US Peace Corps Website
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