22 U.S. Code CHAPTER 34— THE PEACE CORPS

  1. § 2501. Congressional declaration of purpose
  2. § 2501–1. Independent agency status of Peace Corps
  3. § 2501a. Voluntary service programs
  4. § 2502. Presidential authorization; appropriations and financial readjustments
  5. § 2503. Director and Deputy Director; delegation of functions
  6. § 2504. Peace Corps volunteers
  7. § 2504a. Health care for volunteers at Peace Corps posts
  8. § 2505. Peace Corps volunteer leaders; number; applicability of chapter; benefits
  9. § 2506. Peace Corps employees
  10. § 2507. Training program
  11. § 2507a. Sexual assault risk-reduction and response training
  12. § 2507b. Sexual assault policy
  13. § 2507c. Office of Victim Advocacy
  14. § 2507d. Establishment of Sexual Assault Advisory Council
  15. § 2507e. Volunteer feedback and Peace Corps review
  16. § 2507f. Establishment of a policy on stalking
  17. § 2507g. Establishment of a confidentiality protection policy
  18. § 2507h. Removal and assessment and evaluation
  19. § 2507i. Reporting requirements
  20. § 2508. Foreign participants; admission into the United States as nonimmigrants; removal
  21. § 2509. Presidential powers and authorities
  22. § 2510. Omitted
  23. § 2511. Peace Corps National Advisory Council
  24. § 2512. Experts and consultants
  25. § 2513. Assignment of personnel to foreign governments or international organizations
  26. § 2514. Use of funds
  27. § 2514a. Authorization for Peace Corps to provide separation pay for host country resident personal services contractors of the Peace Corps
  28. § 2515. Foreign Currency Fluctuations Account
  29. § 2516. Use of foreign currencies
  30. § 2517. Activities promoting Americans’ understanding of other peoples
  31. § 2518. Seal and name
  32. § 2519. Security investigations
  33. § 2520. Military training and service exemption
  34. § 2521. Foreign language proficiency
  35. § 2521a. Nonpartisan appointments
  36. § 2522. Definitions
  37. § 2523. Separability