Welcome to Grantee Central! This portion of our website is being constructed with you, the program staff, in mind. Its primary purpose is to help you successfully operate an AmeriCorps program. Whenever you have a question or concern related to the contents herein, please do not hesitate to contact your California Volunteers Program Officer.

Training Webinars

Managing Your AmeriCorps Program

Contracting Documents

New Resources

clip boardAmeriCorps is a wonderful, but complex grant, combining both national service members (people) and funding (federal dollars) to allow for strong program development. It requires careful planning, awareness of federal requirements, and devoted staffing & partners to implement well. California Volunteers wants to work with you to ensure a successful start!
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Career Resource GuideThe AmeriCorps Advantage Career Resource Guide is designed to take members on a journey of career discovery as they move through their year of service. Through exercises, assessment and exploration, this comprehensive and high quality Guide will enable members to effectively transition to educational and career opportunities after they complete their service term.
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toolkit brochure

The CV Regional Recruitment Toolkit highlights the best practices that have been gained from CV AmeriCorps programs across all regions of California for recruiting AmeriCorps Members to dedicate a year or more of their lives to AmeriCorps national service. We hope that you find the resources in this toolkit useful and that you return to it as a guide as you begin or advance AmeriCorps recruitment efforts at your site or region.
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National Service Criminal History Checks

This is a critical aspect of AmeriCorps program requirements for both operating and planning grantees. It is also a common area of cost disallowance, which is preventable. Be sure you’re aware of all requirements, especially since California Volunteers policy is stricter than CNCS minimums.  

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AmeriCorps Program Readiness Resources

AmeriCorps Program Readiness Resources

There are many systems that an AmeriCorps grantee would need to develop in order to manage a high quality program that is in compliance with grant requirements. The AmeriCorps Program Readiness Resources are provided for training purposes and are offered as supports as you design or update materials for your particular program.

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Conferences

Annual AmeriCorps Conference

Each year California Volunteers hosts the Annual AmeriCorps Conference for current California grantees.

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Contracting Documents

Contracting Documents

All documents for contracting can be found in the link below. Complete the contract checklist and attach it as a cover page along with copies of required Hardcopy Documents. All Hardcopy Documents must be clearly labeled and placed in the order listed on the contract checklist. Send hardcopy materials to: ATTN: AmeriCorps Contracting California Volunteers 1400 10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814

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AmeriCorps in California

Contact Information for California Volunteers AmeriCorps Sub-Grantees.

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Key Links

  • National Service Knowledge Network
    A website maintained by the Corporation for National and Community Service, serves as resource for grantees, members, partners and staff by providing training materials, guides and information sharing opportunities.
  • CNCS Managing AmeriCorps Grants
    A website maintained by the Corporation for National and Community Service, serves as resource for AmeriCorps grantees and staff by providing links to AmeriCorps rules, regulations, and provisions.
  • AmeriCorps Alums California
    The AmeriCorps Alums website provides members with resources for their Life After AmeriCorps.