Partner Annual AmeriCorps Requirements

**This information is specific for SCA site partners, supervisors or leaders that plan to host/lead an AmeriCorps member in the coming year.  If you are an SCA member, please return to the previous page and select the intern or corps orientation pages.**

As an AmeriCorps Host Site Partner you are required to complete the items listed below once per year (not once per member). If you are unsure if these have already been completed, contact your Partner Services Coordinator or AmeriCorps@thesca.org.

AmeriCorps Agreement - Most people complete this when prompted by an email which contains a link to fill this out online.  But it can also be downloaded here and returned via fax (1-888-488-6838) or email (AmeriCorps@thesca.org).  Other useful information:

AmeriCorps Orientation - We will email you an on-demand orientation video when you have a current position that is AmeriCorps eligible.  However, you can complete this requirement at anytime by watching the video below.

Please send an email to AmeriCorps@thesca.org after you have watched this video so we have a record of the date that this was requirement was completed.

 

 

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