WSC Monthly Bulletin - February 2019

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2019-20 Intent to Continue Due Feb 28

Site Staff, if your organization would like to continue its current AmeriCorps projects through WSC/WRC through 2019-20, please submit your Intent to Continue by February 28!

Information was emailed to you and your agency's Authorized Signer on February 1.

Our Request for Applications will be posted on March 1 if you miss the Intent deadline, or want to propose an additional project. Once released, please feel free to forward information about the RFA to other organizations you think could use AmeriCorps too!


Plan now for AmeriCorps Week!

AmeriCorps Week (March 10-16) is a celebration of all things AmeriCorps – from the organizations that make the initiative possible, to the members who have pledged to “Get Things Done”.

We encourage you to take this opportunity to share with others what you do in service, how your service is transforming your community, and how they can serve in the Washington Service Corps. To get you started, we've created a toolkit with various ways to spread the word.


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Service Year Career Fair

Members, are you planning on entering the workforce after your term? If so, start making connections now with potential employers who value your AmeriCorps service. Service Year is hosting their winter Virtual Career Fair on February 15. Register here to attend.


W4 Renewal Due February 22

Members, if you selected "Exempt" on your 2018 W4, you must submit a new 2019 W4 to your Program Coordinator by February 22 to continue your exempt status.


Leadership Forum for Site Staff

The annual Leadership Forum for National Service Executives is offered by UW's Evans School in conjunction with Serve Washington. This year's course, "Building the Sustainable Organization" will be held June 24-29. Click here to learn more about the event, registration fee and how to register.


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"For me, AmeriCorps has been a great opportunity to engage with so many new people and learn how to take initiative in new situations. AmeriCorps has given me the confidence to perform my best even when I am still learning the ropes."  -- Connor Hall, Clark County Food Bank


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