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AmeriCorps (pronounced "Ame-ri-core") is a national service program designed to connect Americans in intense service to meet critical community needs in education, environment, public safety, disaster preparedness and other human needs. The Department of Campus Life AmeriCorps members will provide tutorial and mentor services to high school students at Forest Park, Jonesboro, Morrow, and Mt. Zion high schools; facilitate personal development sessions with the high school students and provide opportunities for the students to participate in community volunteer projects.
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Clayton State University AmeriCorps members tutor Morrow and Jonesboro high school students in Math, Language Arts and Science to prepare them for success on the Georgia High School Graduation Test and subsequent college entry.
Pictured Above: AmeriCorps Senior Team Lead Whitney Smith
assisting GEMA (Georgia Emergency Management Agency)
clean-up effort in Augusta, GA after the 2014 ice/snow storms
AmeriCorps Member Nick Reed serving on
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Day of Service at
Truly Living Well non-profit.
AmeriCorps Team Leads Christopher Manning
and Jamario Walker along with Corps Member Taylor
Hughes doing some team building on the outdoor challenge course.
There are several benefits to being an AmeriCorps member, including a modest monthly stipend and an educational scholarship at the end of the service term. The greatest benefit to the program however is the ability to impact change in the community and make our community a better place to live.
To be eligible to be an AmeriCorps member at Clayton State University, students must meet the following requirements:
Download the 2016-2017 AmeriCorps Application Here
Download the AmeriCorps Program Recommendation Form 2016-2017
Download the AmeriCorps Application Verification Forms Checklist
For more information regarding the AmeriCorps Program, please contact Jennifer Welch at (678) 466-5433 or via email: email@example.com.