ASU Peace Corps position open; Dec 4 afternoon with PC director

Peace Corps Online: State: Arizona: ASU Peace Corps position open; Dec 4 afternoon with PC director

By David C. Briery ( - on Friday, October 14, 2005 - 12:43 pm: Edit Post

We have two items of interest for Arizona RPCVs -- a Campus Peace Corps Representative vacancy and an afternoon with the Peace Corps director.

Students of Arizona State University are eligible to apply for the Peace Corps representative position. (The link to the position on the ASU website is:

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Job Detail
Job # 25778
Job Type ASU Hourly
Category Administrative/Clerical
Title Campus Peace Corps Representative



Candidate must be able to work independently and create a comprehensive recruitment plan that includes class talks, public presentations and independent events. Required to constantly evaluate the success of any particular recruitment method and to adjust the plan accordingly. Must evaluate prospective volunteers using criteria set forth by the Peace Corps, and must have the maturity and sensitivity required to conduct that process effectively. Be able to hold events at all three ASU campuses.
Excellent Communications skills. Preferably, an alumnus of the Peace Corp. Access to a car. Efficient in Microsoft office.


Hours 20
Pay Rate $12.00
Level 84000
# of Positions 1
Specific Hours TBD
Location ASU Main Campus
Application Deadline October 31, 2005
How to Respond email resume only
Date Posted October 13, 2005


Employer ASU East MSABR
Department ASU East MSABR
Campus ASU East
Address 1 Morrison Sch. of Agribusiness & Resource Mgmt, ASU East

City Mesa
State AZ
Zip Code 85212

Phone # (480) 727-1464 ext.


We are pleased to invite you to a Sunday afternoon with Peace Corps Director Gaddi Vasquez on Dec. 4th, 2 - 4 p.m., at the Encanto Park Clubhouse, 2605 N. 15th Ave in Phoenix. (We'll get you more details later.)

Director Vasquez is the first Hispanic American to serve as director of the Peace Corps. Under his leadership, the Peace Corps has realized a 29-year high of volunteers in the field. He has placed a high priority on revitalizing the Peace Corps through a comprehensive outreach and recruitment program focused to attract the best and the brightest that America has to offer, including a diverse group of volunteers and administrative staff.

Additionally, Mr. Vasquez has directed the entry or re-entry into 21 Peace Corps countries, significantly enhanced the safety and security systems world wide and has also overseen the largest congressional appropriation in the Peace Corpsí history for three consecutive years, and worked with six countries to participate in the Presidentís Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.


David C. Briery

Public Affairs Specialist

Peace Corps Los Angeles Region

Arizona and Southern California


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