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2007 M3C Fellows at Orientation: Back Row (L-R): Kelsy, Trevor, Merkisha,
- necessary forms for your year of service,
- exit forms for when you finish the program,
- possible service opportunities,
- links to relevant articles on service and civic engagement,
- information for alumni of the program.
Email Mollie Parsons at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Time sheet: Click on this form for a PDF file of the time sheets that need to be filled out by your community agency supervisor. Please fill these out weekly and return them to the office either weekly or during biweekly reflections. A printed copy is available in the OSLCE office.
Community Work Plan: You must fill this out, with your supervisor and your signatures, for each agency that you will be serving with for an extended amount of time.
Loan Forbearance Form: Form with more information and application about how to put loans under forbearance during your year of service.
End of Service Exit Form: Once you have completed 300 hours and have recruited 5 other one-time volunteers, you are eligible to fill out this exit paperwork so that you may receive your education award.
Exit Survey: You must fill out this exit survey and attach it to your exit paperwork before you can receive your education award.
"Empowering Communities," by Charles Cobb Jr. This article challenges Americorps members to connect their community service to issues of social justice and social change. This article has been posted on the Brookings Institute website and may be accessed: here. A hard copy is available in the OSLCE.
"Service in the Pursuit of Social Justice," by Daniel Blumenthal. This article also challenges Americorps members to connect service to social justice through a recounting of the author's involvement in a VISTA program that was connected to civil rights issues. A copy of the article on the Brookings Institute website can be accessed: here. A hard copy is available in the OSLCE.
Next Steps Booklet: This booklet about life after your year of Americorps service, prepared by the Corporation for National and Community Service, will guide you through the transition out of the program, including sections on staying involved in service, finding jobs, incorporating your year of service into your resume, reflecting on your experience, and more. Written in short sections with worksheets that you can fill in to clarify your thinking, this could be a very useful resource. Visit the OSLCE for a hardcopy version.
Education Award Question and Answers: This sheet will help answer questions regarding accessing and using your end-of-service education award.
Interest Accrual Form: Form containing information and application for having the Corporation for National and Community Service pay interest on loans deffered or under forbearance during your year of service.