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About the Scholarships for Service: Student Civic Fellows Program
Scholarships for Service is an AmeriCorps Education Award only program that engages college students committed to service who serve a minimum of 300 hours in exchange for a $1,175 Education Award. Scholarships for Service (SFS) is administered by Rhode Island Campus Compact, through generous financial support from Serve Rhode Island, and involves institutions of higher education throughout the state. Member campuses in Rhode Island have a deep commitment to the value of service in education and to fulfilling their public trust by graduating people who are active participant in civic life.
Raise Your Voice Grant Applications are Now Available!
RICC is currently accepting applications for the 2013-2014 President Irving Schneider Raise Your Voice Awards and students who are enrolled in a RI college or university are invited to apply for $100-$500 mini grants by the December 13, 2013 deadline.
RICC Scholarships for Service Facebook Page
Like our Facebook page and stay up-to-date on the latest SFS news, network with other members and receive information and links for service projects in your area.
Yearly Event Calendar 2013 - 2014 (updated 07.09.13)
View upcoming AmeriCorps Deadlines, Trainings, Service Projects & information on the Rhode Island Student Service Summit.
Yearly Training Calendar 2013 - 2014 (updated 07.15.13)
View the SFS AmeriCorps Yearly Training Calendar complete with monthly training topics, learning objectives, and lessons/activities.
SFS Member Campuses
Scholarships for Service members meet monthly in campus cohorts for reflection and trainings. Learn more about our SFS Campuses.
Scholarships for Service Peer Mentors are SFS members or students with significant community service experience. Peer Mentors provide leadership and support to their campus cohorts.
Scholarships for Service: Student Veterans Application
College Student Veterans are an important part of our AmeriCorps program. Student Veterans receive an additional $887 stipend to supplement the Education Award.