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See Peace Corps Response openings At any age, serving as a Volunteer means making decisions that impact many areas of your life.
Medical needs, and the services available in a host country, will be a consideration.
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You have to pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B (medical insurance).
Maybe you had wanted to serve with the Peace Corps when you were younger but had career or family priorities at the time. Or, you can choose to go where you are needed most and we’ll work with you to find the best country and position match.
citizen and at a point in life where you are considering leaving the workforce, thinking about retirement, or excited to make a change—and a difference—consider serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer. I love sharing my story about being a Peace Corps Volunteer, especially with people who say, "I wanted to do that when I was in college, but my parents wouldn’t let me go, and I’m too old now." I turned 80 during my service.
Medicare enrollment begins three months before your 65th birthday and continues for seven months after.
If you will be receiving Social Security benefits while you serve as a Volunteer, you don’t need to do anything.