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When you began your term of service, you took a pledge affirming to "carry this commitment [to serve] this year and beyond." As an AmeriCorps member, you learned valuable work skills, earned money for education, and developed an appreciation for citizenship. As a proud alum, you have a unique opportunity to share your experience, knowledge, and resources in the classroom, the workplace, and your community. Still, preparing for "Life After AmeriCorps" can sometimes feel like a daunting task. We're here to help! We have resources to help you stay connected, learn about education opportunities and your ed award, and find a job.

Alumni Resources for Life After AmeriCorps

 

AmeriCorps alumni are bound together by a common commitment to service and a desire to participate as active members in their communities. Learn how how you can continue your commitment "this year and beyond."
Potential employers recognize the value of AmeriCorps service. The experience you develop through service shows your ability to handle tough tasks, your commitment to seeing things through, and your dedica
Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards -- named after Eli Segal, one of the pioneers of the national service movment and the first CEO of CNCS -- are a post-service benefit received by all AmeriCorps members.

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Use this search to find AmeriCorps national service opportunities that are suited to your particular skills, interests, and circumstances.

My AmeriCorps

The My AmeriCorps website provides a one-stop-shop for all AmeriCorps members and alumni - with information, self-service capabilities and access to the Online Payment System.

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