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Volunteers work with university-level students who need enhanced English language skills to make use of academic and technical resources published in English in their study of languages, literature, business, medicine, engineering, or other fields. Volunteers teach English grammar, conversation, phonetics, American literature and culture, creative writing, and linguistics; establish English language clubs and resource centers; share ideas and develop materials with fellow teachers; and integrate communicative teaching techniques into the classroom.
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==Education==
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See also: [[Turkey]]
 
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Peace corps programme in Turkey started at 1962 and ended at 1971.
Applicants must have an advanced degree, either a master's in English with a concentration in composition, creative writing, American or comparative literature, rhetorical studies, speech, or technical writing; or a master's degree in French or another foreign language, teaching English as a second language (TEFL), or linguistics, or in subjects such as history, language arts, humanities, and the social sciences.
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==Experience==
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Most applicants have full- or part-time experience as graduate teaching assistants, substitute teachers, tutors, or student teachers.
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Other relevant experience includes working with community organizations or projects, working with adult literacy programs or environmental or health education, drama activities, and editing or writing for college literary magazines or newspapers.
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==External Links==
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatvol.edu_youth.edu.univ University English Teaching] Official US Peace Corps Website
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History of the Peace Corps
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Since 1960, when then Senator John F. Kennedy challenged students at the University of Michigan to serve their country in the cause of peace by living and working in developing countries, more than 182,000 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in 138 countries all over the globe.

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See also: Turkey Peace corps programme in Turkey started at 1962 and ended at 1971.