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Subgrantee resources

AmeriCorps Program Handbook

The Serve Washington AmeriCorps Program Handbook (The Handbook) has been specifically designed as a guide for those who administer AmeriCorps programs in Washington State and to help those who are newcomers to their positions to gain a general understanding of the management functions for overseeing AmeriCorps programs/sites.

Subgrantee meeting materials

Serve Washington hosts subgrantee meetings on a quarterly basis. Meeting materials from those meetings will be accessible here following each meeting.

Planning Grantee meeting materials

Serve Washington hosts planning grant meetings to awarded subgrantees on a monthly basis.  Meeting materials will be accessible here following each meeting.

CNCS program development outlines

These outlines are a training tool designed to help new AmeriCorps program staff create National Service policies and procedures. It will be most helpful when used alongside the Grant Terms and Conditions, AmeriCorps Regulations, and other CNCS-specific guidance. The outline is for reference only; it does not contain citations for all AmeriCorps grant or program requirements.

Life After AmeriCorps Guide

This CNCS guide is designed as a tool for AmeriCorps members and/or alumni. The guide can assist in transition from service to Life After AmeriCorps no matter the form of that transition, whether it is continuing education, finding paid employment, or returning to service. It’s never too early to start planning; current AmeriCorps members can use this guide as soon as service begins too!

Leadership Forum for National Service Executives

The Leadership Forum for National Service Executives, created in partnership with the University of Washington’s Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, offers a unique learning opportunity designed specifically for AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and other national service program staff.

Civic Reflection

Serve Washington supports the practice of Civic Reflection to facilitate discussions on our civic actions, values and commitments. We follow the model of the Center for Civic Reflection, national leaders in dialogue and reflection, whose goal is to make the practice of reflective discussion as accessible as possible. On this page, you will find additional training materials.