Peace Corps Preparation Program
The Moravian College Peace Corps Preparation Program (PCPP) is designed to help students acquire the knowledge, skills and experience needed to serve in the Peace Corps.
Moravian College students have a long history of Peace Corps service, and we are proud to offer a cooperative agreement between Moravian College and the Peace Corps. The PCPP curriculum is available to students in any major, and is designed so that a number of the PCPP courses can be used to fulfill requirements for a major, minor, or Learning in Common (LINC). Students who successfully complete the PCPP program at Moravian College will receive a certificate of completion from the Peace Corps and have a notation on their transcript recognizing this accomplishment. Please note that completion of the program does not guarantee acceptance into the Peace Corps, but the specialized curriculum and experiences that go with it make them stronger candidates.
For a program application or for more information, contact the Moravian College PCPP Coordinator, Dean Amy Saul, Associate Dean of Career and Civic Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-861-1507.
Amy Saul, Peace Corps Prep Program Coordinator
Haupert Union Building, Center for Career & Civic Engagement
Dr. Daniel Jasper, Academic Advisor to the Peace Corps Prep Program
Priscilla Payne Hurd Academic Complex, Room 316