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Calling all current AmeriCorps members! This is your one-stop-shop for information and resources needed during and after service. Download handbooks, explore member benefits, participate in AmeriCorps Week, and prepare for life after AmeriCorps. Still have questions? Consult the AmeriCorps FAQs, reach out to your program directly, or contact the National Service Hotline at 1-800-942-2677.

Handbooks and Information

Benefits and Forms

My AmeriCorps Portal

My AmeriCorps is an interactive portal for members and alumni to find information about their service and benefits. You can use My AmeriCorps Portal to:

  • Request forbearance on qualified student loans
  • Update contact information
  • Check living allowance and tax statements
  • Check education award balance and value
  • Request payments to education institutions and loan holders

After Service

Thank you for your service, AmeriCorps alumni! We commend your commitment to Get Things Done, and your perseverance to successfully complete a term of service. As a small token of our appreciation, we created the AmeriCorps Alumni online resource center to help you prepare for life after AmeriCorps.

AmeriCorps Week Resources

AmeriCorps Week is a celebration of all things AmeriCorps – from the programs and organizations that make this national service initiative possible in thousands of locations across the country, to the members who have committed to "Get Things Done" since the program’s inception in 1994.

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Thank you for your participation in the AmeriCorps Week 2018 festivities. Programs, members, and alumni like you are at the center of this annual celebration and we appreciate you helping us share our impact.  We encourage you to continue to make new national service friends and share our important story across new networks.

Visit our AmeriCorps Week splash page next year for events and other AmeriCorps Week information. 

Be a Champion
You can be a champion for service any time! Help us recruit new members and make more people familiar with AmeriCorps. If you are serving in a school, consider giving a presentation to students. Or print out some flyers and leave them at organizations around your community. We have presentation materials like the AmeriCorps PowerPoint and Recruitment Flyer. And plenty of other helpful tools on our Communication Resources page.

Keep Us in the Loop
We are always looking for stories and events to highlight. Keep us in the loop by submitting your event information here. This will help us prepare what we will feature on our channels and identify press-worthy events. The Office of External Affairs will contact you directly if there is interest in getting media, special guests, or elected officials to your event.

If you have photos you’d like us to consider using, please share them on social media using #AmeriCorpsWeek, upload them to our main CNCS Flickr page ( or send them to Include a brief caption describing the scene and name of people pictured.

Let us know at if there are additional materials that would be helpful to make it a successful AmeriCorps Week for you.

AmeriCorps Pledge

I will get things done for America - to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier.
I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities.
Faced with apathy, I will take action.
Faced with conflict, I will seek common ground.
Faced with adversity, I will persevere.
I will carry this commitment with me this year and beyond.
I am an AmeriCorps member, and I will get things done.

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