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Through their experience, volunteers gain a unique cultural understanding and a lifelong commitment to service that positions them to succeed in today’s global economy.“The Peace Corps is a great way to put into practice so many things I learned as an undergraduate,” said Katie Aker, a 2014 CSU graduate currently serving as a Community Economic Development Volunteer in Peru.
Honored here are those volunteers who died while in service to their country.
If you would like to join the list, email the campus-based recruiter with your contact information and country/years of service.
The UW-Madison Campus Peace Corps Recruiting office maintains a strong link to the RPCVs of Wisconsin-Madison, a nonprofit group of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and other individuals who promote Peace Corps ideals.
Rising two spots this year, Colorado State University is ranked sixth nationally on the Peace Corps’ annual Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list.
The rankings, announced this week, reflect 54 Ram alumni currently volunteering worldwide, an increase of 11 from last year.CSU has a longstanding relationship with the Peace Corps, dating back to the organization’s establishment by President John F. CSU researchers Pauline Birky-Kreutzer and Maurice Albertson published a feasibility study that helped lead to the creation of the international development organization.