Hi all!I have been working as a nurse for almost 2 years now on an orthopedic/surgical med/surg unit. I also just finished my BSN. Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to volunteer in the Peace Corps, even before I realized I wanted to become a nurse. I am not married nor have any kids, but I have been in a serious relationship for 5 years. I really enjoy my job, however, I know I want to pursue a graduate degree in public health and hopefully work for the government in community health issues. I believe doing work for the Peace Corps can definitely help me realize if this is what I really want to do. The reason I became a nurse was to educate and promote good health to communities, especially under developed communities. I am also aware that as a nurse in PC, I will not be utilizing my nursing skills, which may be a problem when I return to look for a job as a nurse. I don't mind not utilizing my nursing skills, since I really actually enjoy educating and promoting health, which is probably what I would be doing.I would appreciate any feedback and advice from any of you who have completed service in PC with a nursing degree. Also, how difficult would it be to get a job when I return, since the service is 27 months? Is it worth it quitting my current job?Thanks!