r/peacecorps

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Your subreddit for all things Peace Corps. With updated information and valuable input from a diverse and active community of PCV redditors.
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Dedicated to individuals who work for or aspire to work for the U.S. Foreign Service. This Reddit is NOT endorsed or supported in any way by the U.S. State Department. Please feel free to discuss current event topics, share study tips, provide prompts for timed essay exercises, etc. Do not share anything that may in breach of non-disclosure agreements. You can join our public Discord chat here: https://discord.gg/URvYjr3
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