A survey was undertaken in the summer of 1969, as part of the Interlude Research Program, among young people who had recently concluded service as Peace Corps Volunteers. The study's objectives were to (a) assess the impact of the Peace Corps interlude on subsequent formal education, (b) obtain respondent opinions on the educational value of the Peace Corps interlude itself, and (c) examine what steps, if any, the formal education system in the United States had taken toward :incorporating such an experience in formal academic programs.
Abrams, Mary and Cullinan, Terrence, "Attitudes of Returning Peace Corps Volunteers Concerning Impact of Peace Corps Interlude on Subsequent Academic Work" (1969). Higher Education. 86.