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AmeriCorps Students In Service

Logo: Students in Service. A Campus Compact Americorps Program.

What is Students in Service (SIS)?
Logo: Americorps.The Students in Service program is a part-time AmeriCorps program that encourages and supports college and university students to enroll as part-time AmeriCorps members who provide valuable service in their communities. SIS members make a difference in their communities; gain valuable civic and workforce skills; and upon completion of their term of service, earn an education award.

By participating in the Students in Service program, the member becomes a part of the AmeriCorps national service network that improves lives and strengthens communities throughout the United States of America.

Students in Service Program Goals

  1. To increase the number of college student volunteers and service learners.
  2. To help disadvantaged youth succeed and advance along the academic continuum.
  3. To develop members' and students' civic skills, attitudes and habits.
  4. To improve members' and students' workforce skills.
  5. To engage veterans (college students at participating campuses) in serving their local communities.
  6. To build organizational capacity at local nonprofit, government and educational institutions.

SIS Campus Administrators
List of 2011-12 Campus Administrators (PDF, 43k)

Logo: Washington Campus Compact.          Logo: Oklahoma Campus Compact.