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AmeriCorps is an opportunity to make a difference in your life and in the lives of those around you. It's a chance to apply your skills and ideals toward helping others and meeting critical needs in the community. There are nearly 75,000 Americans across the country participating in AmeriCorps each year. All of them are tackling different problems in different ways.
Below are some frequently asked questions:
All AmeriCorps members tackle various community needs in different ways. Members serve between three months and a year. Programs are focused around disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental services, healthy futures, and veterans and military families. Click here to learn more about the programs in our portfolio.
The benefits of service include, but are not limited to:
Yes. Applicants must be:
AmeriCorps service shouldn’t jeopardize any veterans compensation, pension, GI Bill benefit, or other benefits a veteran or their family receives. As a plus, GI Bill benefits and the Education Award can be used at the same schools. Click here for more information.
Members who are at least 55 years old at the start of their service, may transfer their education award to their child, grandchild, or foster child. Click here to learn more about the transfer process and specific conditions.
Click here to learn how to apply for an AmeriCorps opportunity that fits what you’re looking for.