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Stay Connected and Share Your Story

When you complete your service, you join a distinguished network of 1.3 million people who are leading communities through difficult challenges across the nation. Your experience sets you apart as a leader and puts you in a unique position to inspire others to serve and make lasting change for others—including your friends, family, and neighbors.

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Join AmeriCorps Alums

AmeriCorps Alums is a national network that connects AmeriCorps alumni to resources that support their lifetime of service.


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Share Your Story

Help us recruit the next generation of AmeriCorps members by sharing pictures from your service or videos reflecting on your service on social media. Make sure to tag @AmeriCorps and use the hashtag #MadeInAmeriCorps. You also can share your story directly with us.

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Stay in the Know

Make sure you keep your email address up to date on My.AmeriCorps.gov so we can share AmeriCorps news, jobs, and events.

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Take the Next Step in Your Career

You have accomplished so much during your service experience. Now it is time to take what you have learned and use it as a stepping stone to your next experience.

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Education Resources Available for You

Your next step after service may be starting, finishing, or continuing your education. Use the resources below to learn about your education award and other higher education benefits.

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Use Your Segal AmeriCorps Education Award

After successfully completing your AmeriCorps term of service and enrolling in the National Service Trust, you are eligible to receive the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award. You can use the award to repay qualified student loans and to pay current educational expenses at eligible institutions of higher education and training programs.

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Schools of National Service

Colleges and universities across the country acknowledge the value of service by joining Schools of National Service. These schools offer education award matches or other financial incentives to support AmeriCorps alumni. They can also recruit from our pool of driven and civic-minded alumni. 

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Don’t see your school on our Schools of National Service list? Ask them to join.

Segal Citizen Leadership Program

Fellows participate in a first-year citizen leadership curriculum, join in lifelong professional development and networking opportunities, receive mentorship and coaching, and engage actively in their peer cohort and the larger network.

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Find Another Opportunity to Serve


Serving more than one term with AmeriCorps comes with perks.

  1. You can do a lot more with two education awards. Note: The limit is two full education awards.

  2. Consider becoming a leader. Many programs have specific leadership roles. You understand the member experience, which puts you in a great position to lead others.

  3. Expand on the work that you’ve already started and continue to deepen your ties to the community.

Find your fit

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International Service

Interested in international service? Check out the Peace Corps and/or Peace Corps Response (3-12 month, high-impact international assignments).

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Military Service

Use your leadership, determination, and sense of duty to serve your country in one of the military’s five armed service branches.

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Selective Service Board

An important component of the Selective Service System is its citizen volunteers who make up the local boards, district and national appeal boards, and the State Resource volunteers who help spread awareness.

Learn more about Selective Service

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