Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Olongapo City has been chosen as one of the training sites of the US Peace Corps.

US Peace Corps. official Ginny Lomarda formally informed Mayor James Gordon, Jr. about the arrival of 140 American Volunteers for the pre-service training of its community-based program.

The US Peace Corps Program in the Philippines seeks qualified candidates for the following positions:

- Youth Technical / Cross-Cultural Facilitator
- Coastal Resource Management Technical / Cross-Cultural Facilitator
- Education Technical / Cross-Cultural Facilitator
- General Services Assistant
- Administrative Assistant

Qualified candidates will be given four (4)-month contracts or from July 12 to November 16, 2010.

With over 200 thousand Peace Corps Volunteers serving 139 countries all over the globe, Olongapeños are privileged to become a part of global change.

Since March 1, 1961, the Peace Corps has aimed to help people from different nations in meeting their need for trained men and women. They have been teachers and mentors to countless children and helped farmers, as well as housewives. And most recently, they’ve helped schools develope computer skills and educated communities about the threat of HIV/AIDS.

Application letters and resume may be sent to pstvacancy@ph.peacecorps.gov. Closing date for applications is May 10, 2010.

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