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Location, Hours, and Contact Information

The U-M Peace Corps office is located in the U-M International Center at the Ann Arbor central campus, Student Activities Building (SAB).


U-M International Center
1500 Student Activities Building
515 E. Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316

Office Hours Winter 2016

Please email to schedule an appointment. We will be checking our email all summer. Don't hesitate to reach out with your questions and be sure to send us your resume for review before you submit your application. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates.

Events for Winter 2016

Date Time Event Location
Thu, Feb 4 5pm Cracking the Peace Corps Interview-Application Workshop International Center Conference Room
Tue, Feb 16 6pm Information Session Ford School Rm 1230
Tue, Mar 15 5pm Information Session Ford School, Rm 3240
Tue, Mar 22 4:30pm Application Workshop International Center Conference Room
Thu, Mar 24 6pm Send Off Party Ford School Annenberg Room
Mon, Apr 4 5:30pm Information Session Ford School of Public Policy Room 1230

U-M Peace Corps Office Advisors

Molly Green, Peace Corps Recruiter: Molly Green is a Master's student at the School of Public Health. She obtained her B.A. in International Development Studies from UC Berkeley in 2010. Molly served as a Community Health Volunteer in Morocco from 2011 to 2013. While there, she led multiple health projects including an HIV/AIDS education and testing campaign at an international music festival and a health and environment club at her local middle school. She worked with other volunteers and local officials to build a bathroom and do hygiene education at a rural elementary school. In her last months of service, she partnered with fellow volunteers and a local women's non-profit organization to facilitate a Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Camp for girls.

Harry B. Wolberg, Peace Corps Recruiter: Harry is a Master of Public Policy student at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and a Dow Sustainability Fellow at the Graham Sustainability Institute. He earned his B.A. in Politics and History with a minor in Africana Studies from New York University in 2010. Harry served as a Community Health and Education volunteer in Madagascar from 2011-2014. In Madagascar Harry worked as a high school English teacher at a local Malagasy public high school where he focused on teaching critical thinking skills. He spent an additional year working with USAID and JSI to design and implement a community health initiative utilizing mobile technology to prevent medicine stock-outs in 20 rural villages. His secondary projects included building community latrines to improve sanitation, and partnering with Blue Ventures to support locally managed octopus fishing reserves and sea cucumber farms to increase fishing yields.


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