Your Peace Corps experience gives you benefits at Antioch University New England
The Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program at Antioch University is a graduate fellowship program that offers financial assistance to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCV) who wish to earn an advanced degree. For many Fellows, the Coverdell Fellows Program is an opportunity to combine academic and professional endeavors with experience abroad. If you are (or will be) a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who wishes to attend graduate school, we encourage you to apply to the AUNE Coverdell Fellows program.
- Community engagement and networking
- Experiential, project-based learning
- Engaged and experienced faculty
- 28 Master’s and Doctoral programs available in Counseling & Therapy, Education, Environmental Studies, Management, and Psychology
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For those who are thinking about the Peace Corps, but who haven’t yet joined, AUNE’s International Service Program helps you earn a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies while you volunteer. Through our International Service Program, you can earn credit for your service, apply what you are learning to create positive change across the world, and save thousands of dollars on your degree.