Students in Service AmeriCorps Program Informational session

Mon, October 18, 2010 | SSB G1.106

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Volunteer and Service Learning Center is excited to introduce the Students in Service AmeriCorps program.  SIS is a part-time AmeriCorps program that offers scholarships to students who serve their community for total of 300 hour throughout the year.   300 service hours = $1132 (1 year)

Who can participate?
Just about any student who serves their community through:
  • Volunteering at a legitimate non-profit, government or education institution.
  • Completing non-paid internship a non-profit organization
  • Practicum hours, such as nursing, counseling, firefighting, student teachers who qualify (see below), etc.
  • Student teachers teaching at a Title 1 school, in Special Education, ESL/Bilingual Education, or Math and Science Education
  • Completing service-learning requirements for a class
  • Participating in Federal Work Study Program
How to get started?
  • Attend one of the informational session listed below
  • Sign-up for one of the 40 slots available during the information session
  • For additional information, contact Yvonne Fuentes  

Sponsored by: The Volunteer and Service Learning Center

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