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May 4, 2021

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Please ensure you are using the correct General and Program Terms and Conditions for the grant type and year, as linked in the Notice of Grant Award accessible via eGrants.
This document provides an overview of the updated Member Enrollment Policy (April, 2021), including a summary of changes and the details of the enrollment process.
Please ensure you are using the correct General and Program Terms and Conditions for the grant type and year, as linked in the Notice of Grant Award accessible via eGrants.
Please ensure you are using the correct General and Program Terms and Conditions for the grant type and year, as linked in the Notice of Grant Award accessible via eGrants.
2021 ASN Policy Memo regarding 2019 and 2020 program year eligibility for members exiting early due to COVID-19.
This document provides an overview of Alternative Evaluation Approaches (AEAs) to meet AmeriCorps State and National evaluation requirements, including the request and approval processes, bases for approval, and eligibility
Fillable Word-based form that should be completed and sent to AmeriCorps to request an alternative evaluation approach. See the Alternative Evaluation Approach Guidance document for more details.
National Service Trust enrollment form in Spanish
Instructions for completing the 2018 AmeriCorps State and National End of Year Grantee Progress Report.

Comply with the National Service Criminal History Check requirement

National Service Criminal History Checks (NSCHC) is a baseline screening requirement established by law to protect the beneficiaries of national service.

NSCHC is required under the National and Community Service Act of 1990, as amended by the Serve America Act (SAA). The statutory requirement at 42 U.S.C. § 12645g is supplemented by regulatory requirements at 45 CFR §2540.200 through §2540.207 (updated in 2021) as well as the terms and conditions of AmeriCorps grants.

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