Eligibility for returning AmeriCorps Members: It’s Complicated

SO, let’s say you’re an AmeriCorps member, and you’re interested in applying to Public Allies.  It’s a bit complicated, but let me try to break it down.

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Why Public Allies? w/Jack Stucker, 2nd Year Ally, Delaware

Jack Stucker is a 2nd Year Ally at Public Allies Delaware.  Watch him sketch out why he did Public Allies.

Why Public Allies? w/Bryan Schachtele

Part of a series of short videos featuring Alumni and Staff  talking about why they did Public Allies, and how it’s relevant to their current work.  Bryan Schachtele, Chicago ’00 kicks it off.

Ask-A-Staffer. What are we looking for?

PA Connecticut Program Manager Emily Gallagher shares what the Connecticut team is looking for in their Allies this Fall.  Emily is also an alumnus of PA Connecticut.

The Deal

Welcome to Ally2010.

If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re interested in learning more about the upcoming Ally Program Year starting this fall.  Or perhaps you’ve already applied — then this is a great place to get updates on how recruitment season is shaking out.

We also want to hear from you — so stay tuned to see photo challenges, polls to know what you’re thinking, as well as invitations to sound off your opinion.  Our favorite photos and comments will win PA swag and prizes.

We’re glad that you’re considering applying to Public Allies.    We intend to treat your candidacy with respect, and hope that this process will advance your career, even if we’re unable to select you to be a part of the 2010-11 class.

Ask-A-Staffer, Episode 1. Housing for Allies?

You wanted to know — “Does Public Allies provide housing for Allies?”  PA Chicago’s Ebony Scott breaks down that question in 90 seconds in our new series, Ask-A-Staffer

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