Do you want to have a global impact?

Do you want to change the world one project and one friendship at a time?

Hartwick College has partnered with the Peace Corps to develop a Peace Corps Preparatory Program for the purpose of preparing interested Hartwick students for careers or volunteer service abroad. This program allows Hartwick students the flexibility to pursue both academic and co-curricular experiences that are already embedded in the Hartwick curriculum. This opportunity is available to all academic disciplines at Hartwick College.

Hartwick College alumna in Peace Corps

Ours is one of only a few dozen programs nationwide and the only program in New York State.

Hartwick College alumna in Peace Corps

The Hartwick PCPrep program allows students to develop skills and gain experiences that will make them more competitive when applying to volunteer with the Peace Corps or for positions with international development organizations.

Hartwick College alumna in Peace Corps International Day of the Girl Child program

Students who complete the program requirements will receive a nationally and internationally recognized Certificate of Completion from the Peace Corps.

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In Hartwick’s Peace Corps Preparatory Program, you’ll build four core competencies:

  • Training and experience in one of six work sectors (education, global health, environment, agriculture, youth in development, or community economic development)
  • Foreign language skills
  • Intercultural competence
  • Professional and leadership development

Program Contacts

Mark Wolff

Professor of French and Modern Languages Department Chair

Sarah Busche

Assistant Director of Global Education

Noah Goldblatt, Ed.D.

Director of Global Education

The Center for Global Education

Clark Hall
Phone: 607-431-4414
Fax: 607-431-4008