California Volunteers is excited to support our program partners with cultivating a powerful, meaningful member experience. The additional resources on this page can help your program staff support your members before, during, and after their service – including resources on recruitment, learning and development, and member benefits.
On3Learn e-Learning Program
California Volunteers has purchased an annual subscription to the e-learning training program On3Learn. This resource is available to all programs, with courses designed for AmeriCorps members, program staff, and site supervisors. Training topics include AmeriCorps 101, Prohibited & Unallowable Activities, Life After AmeriCorps, NSCHC, Member Enrollment & Exit, Understanding the AmeriCorps Budget, an 8-part Evidence Series, and more. You can find the registration guide and course catalog in the On3Learn folder linked below. We encourage all programs to utilize these courses as a supplemental resource throughout the program year.
#CaliforniaForAll Education Award
The #CaliforniaForAll Education Award is a first-in-the-nation state investment to supplement the AmeriCorps Eli Segal Education Award to bring the total full-time Education award to $10,000. All Full-time AmeriCorps members serving in an AmeriCorps State program funded by California Volunteers are eligible to receive the award, upon successful completion of their term of service. To learn more about this award and view related resources, click the “View Resources” button below.
Regional Recruitment Toolkit
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.
AmeriCorps Advantage Career Resource Guide
The 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.