Question: Do you get paid to be in the Peace Corps?

Do the Peace Corps pay you? The Peace Corps gives you a monthly stipend that allows you to work alongside the people of your community. While this is plenty to live on in a developing country, it is not enough to save for your return.

Do you get paid for being in the Peace Corps?

You will receive a monthly in-country living allowance that you will use to pay for expenses as a volunteer. You will also be accruing a monthly readjustment allowance which you will receive as a lump sum when you have completed your service.

Is there an age limit for the Peace Corps?

No, there is no upper age limit to Peace Corps service. However, Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years old to serve.

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