DPC Troopers – Willing and Qualified

DPC Mission

In order to be in the service of the United States Peace Domestic Corps USDPC), all candidates must be willing and qualified.

Note: Provided that they meet qualifications, servant-troopers personnel are of all ethnic, racial, class, and sex status identities, as the homelessness populations consist of all kinds of human beings, holding no, or ridding themselves of any and all prejudices, thereby, able to work with individuals of all kinds, hence, Peace Corps.

 Note: All candidates will fill out application, and go through interview process.  After acceptance and successful graduation from training, the candidate, now a corps personnel (CP) will be placed on a limited probationary period with stipend pay.  After probation, CPs will receive minimum pay, and with promotions, respective wages.

Note: From training into service deployments, CP are covered with life, injury, health and dental care insurances, and pensioning.

 Note:  Candidates and CP’s can be terminated at the pleasure or will of the Corps

AThe first and foremost qualification, is personal willingness

  • Desire to give their lives in the service of the DPC in demonstrating that they enjoy helping people to improve their lives and become more productive US citizens.  Servant-Troopers must be people oriented.
  • Must be 18 years of age and older – under age is negotiable (* with consent of parents or guardians)
  • Physically fit (reasonable for age and condition, including those whom are physically impaired, even wheelchair, etc.

B.  Experiences

  • While servant-troopers are required to be civilians, that is, non-military personnel, honorably discharged US military veterans are welcomed and encouraged to join, given their previous service to our country’s defense (others are negotiable…)
  • Former, or retired, honorably discharged law enforcement officers are also welcomed and encouraged to join (others are negotiable…);
  • Former correctional institution inmates, even those with active incarceration records (negotiable…);
  • Boys Scouting, including Explorers experiences, especially those of higher ranks and duties such as First Class, Star, Life and Eagle, being patrol and senior patrol leaders;
  • Girl Scouting, especially those with Ambassador ranking and members of National Young Women Distinction;
  • Or, any other youth service programs, whether secular or religious such as church Acolytes and mission workers such as the Mormons of the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, et al;
  • School teachers, nurses, restaurant hosts, social service workers, former government official, bus and taxi-ride share drivers, et al;
  • Former homeless persons, particularly those whom have worked in various services such as missions, shelters, transitional housing staff, etc;

C.  Marital status, preferably, single or non-married, separated is acceptable

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