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National Service Programs 101:

Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, and Volunteering National Service Programs 101 Beau Kebodeaux on April 21 st , 2016

National Service History:

National Service History Bass , M. (2013). The Politics and Civics of National Service: Lessons from the Civilian Conservation Corps, Vista, and AmeriCorps. Brookings Institution Press .

National Service Umbrella:

National Service Umbrella Volunteering

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Peace Corps

Peace Corps Umbrella:

Peace Corps Umbrella Volunteering

Peace Corps Benefits:

Peace Corps Benefits Travel to and from host country 27 Months ( Two years, three months ) of international experience dependent on sector you serve Living Stipend, varying on the cost of living for host country Two Vacation Days for every month served ( 48 over two years ) Public Student Loan Deferment Qualifying work accounts for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Full Medical + Dental Coverage Peace Corps Service + Graduate School = Master’s International Program Three m onths of language, technical, and cultural training prior to service Continued through the two year service $8000 (pre-tax) severance pay/transition funds after completion One Year NCE ( Noncompetitive Eligibility ) for Federal Employment A support network of like-minded individuals Access to Job Board, Career Events, and Other Peace Corps functions Fellowships + Financial Assistance for Graduate School Lifetime eligibility Reduced tuition, assistantships, and stipends for 90+ universities across the US Peace Corps. (2014). Benefits of service. [Brochure ]. Retrieved from www.files.peacecorps.gov /multimedia/ pdf /learn/ whatvol / onesheets / onesheets_benefits.pdf

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AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps:

AmeriCorps In 1990, President G.W . Bush, signed the first National Service Act formally launching AmeriCorps. In 1993, President Bill Clinton signed the National and Community Service Trust Act (The National and Community Service Act of 1990) which established the Corporation for National and Community Service There are four main AmeriCorps programs: AmeriCorps State – direct service and capacity building AmeriCorps National – direct service and capacity building AmeriCorps Vista – specifically designed to fight poverty AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) – team-based direct service to develop communities & leadership Another stream of service is SeniorCorps Bass , M. (2013). The Politics and Civics of National Service: Lessons from the Civilian Conservation Corps, Vista, and AmeriCorps. Brookings Institution Press .

AmeriCorps Umbrella:

AmeriCorps Umbrella Volunteering

The AmeriCorps Funding Process:

The AmeriCorps Funding Process

AmeriCorps State & National Umbrella:

AmeriCorps State & National Umbrella Volunteering

AmeriCorps State & National Umbrella:

AmeriCorps State & National Umbrella Volunteering

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What is Public Allies? Public Allies is.. An AmeriCorps National/State program A professional development internship for young leaders interested in social change and nonprofit/public sector work A tool for nonprofit capacity building

Public Allies Specifics:

Public Allies Specifics Apprenticeship Allies serve for 10 months at local nonprofits, where they create, improve and expand services that address issues including education, public health, and economic development. Leadership Development Intensive skill training and leadership development seminars- Allies participate in and average of 200 hours of training through out the year Critical feedback, reflection, and personal coaching toward individual performance and professional goals Personal Impact Service Document (PISD) Individual Development Plan (IDP) 360 feedback 3-way meeting Presentations of Learning (POL) Team Service Projects (TSP)/National Service Days Community building and team projects with a diverse cohort of peers. Serving out in the community on at least 3 National Days of Service; Make a Difference Day (Oct.); Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan.); Spring Service; Cesar Chavez Day

Public Allies Benefits:

Public Allies Benefits 10 months ( approx. 1700 ) hours of full-time, real, applicable experience Project management, volunteer coordination, community outreach Responsibilities depend on your placement and your interests Living Allowance or “Stipend” of $13,500 for 10 months or $1,350 per month (before taxes ) Public Student Loan Deferment Qualifying work accounts for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Free Health Care through Cigna Childcare Assistance (if you meet the requirements) Education Award ( scholarship ) of $ 5,775 for tuition or debt Select colleges and universities will double the education award A support network of like-minded individuals AmeriCorps Alumni Status Leaves an impression on values and public service Ward, K. D. (2014). Cultivating public service motivation through AmeriCorps service: A longitudinal study. Public Administration Review, 74(1), 114-125 .

Volunteering Umbrella:

Volunteering Umbrella Volunteering

Your Umbrella:

Your Umbrella

Quick Notes:

Quick Notes Hiring for Student Worker IV, Project Specialist (ID: 22012BR) $10.35-$12/hr. Administrative Assistant for Public Allies. Flexible between 8am-5pm M- Th. Must be available F 8-5 with some Saturday availability in the morning. Must be able to work during the Summer ASU Lodestar Center (Suite 500) Application is open now on the On-Campus Opportunities portion of the Student Employment section on my.asu.edu Public Allies Arizona applications are open and close Mid-June Program would not start until September, but certain days are required to attend prior if you become a finalist See me for details

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