This may be a silly (and, as a first year grad student, premature!) question, but I am wondering about the possibility of going into the Peace Corps after getting my Ph.D. in physics. My field of study is condensed matter physics, and I have begun working with a group doing some nanotechnology development (technically considered condensed matter physics). I really enjoy my research, but I simply do not think that I would be fulfilled in either academia or industry, although this opinion may change before I graduate. I want to use my skills and knowledge to help those at the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder, but sadly nanotech development is expensive so I've sort of given up on this. However, as a backup, I am very interested in teaching at likely the post-secondary level in science through the Peace Corps. Has anyone ever considered (or better, done) this?