College Access Corps
Established in 2014, in partnership with Washington Campus Compact, the College Access Corps is grant funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). College Access Corps supports local economically disadvantaged youth to become engaged in their education, learn more about the college application and financial aid process and become academically prepared for higher education.
AmeriCorps members are placed at selected member campuses, non-profits, or K-12 institutions, where they will help develop, implement or coordinate college access programs within their local communities. AmeriCorps members will recruit and train college students from their campuses or participating campuses to act as college access coaches to economically disadvantaged youth in schools, community agencies, or to student groups, that have a student population that is at least 50% eligible for the federally-funded free/reduced lunch program.
Updated Logic Model
2016-2017 Host Sites
2014 - 2015 Calendar
2015 - 2016 Calendar
2016 - 2017 Calendar
Are you interested in hosting a College Access Corps member at your school or organization during the 2017-2018 school year?
Read the Request for Proposals to learn more and apply by April 7th, 2017!
Recruitment for the 2016-2017 service year is now closed. Recruitment for College Access Corps will begin again in Spring 2017.
If you would like to apply to serve as a College Access Corps member, please review all of the information on our How to Become an AmeriCorps Member page.