Site Application

Please refer to the Guide to Partnering for more information about the program.
Restrictions or additional policies may apply for AmeriCorps service at sites that are faith-based/religious or for-profit entities. Please indicate whether the criteria below apply to your site.

Principal/Director Information

Internal Coach Information

All AmeriCorps programs require a Site Supervisor (called an “Internal Coach” for Early Learning Corps). This is typically a staff member of the service site or district/agency, and cannot be another AmeriCorps member. If you do not know who that is at this moment, please select “designate at a later time” and a staff member will work with you to identify this person. Otherwise, select "Enter Internal Coach Info" and please fill in the information below.
Designate an Internal Coach: *

Recruitment Contact Information

Please identify a recruitment contact who will lead recruitment efforts at your site and serve as a point of contact for Early Learning Corps staff. Partner sites are most successful in placing AmeriCorps members when they work alongside our staff to recruit from their community and networks. 
Who will be your Recruitment Contact? *

Interview Information

We recommend that our staff complete final interviews on behalf of the site in order to streamline the process and avoid scheduling delays. That being said, if you would like a contact from your site to participate in the final interview alongside Early Learning Corps staff, please check the box below:
Who will be your Interview Contact? *

AmeriCorps Member Request - Early Learning Tutor

AmeriCorps members with Early Learning Corps are referred to as Early Learning Tutors. Please consider the items below when determining your member request for the 22-23 school year. If you have any questions related to your member request, please contact sites@ampact.us

  • Student need and availability
  • School schedule and space availability
  • Availability and capacity of the Internal Coach (we estimate that Internal Coaches designate 6-9 hours per classroom per month)
Early Learning Tutors are individuals recruited from your community and placed in a classroom to help children ages 3-5 to talk, read, write, sing and play in order to develop early literacy and numeracy skills and get ready for Kindergarten. 
Indicate the commitment levels of Early Learning Tutors requested by your school. Please select all hours commitment levels you are open to. We consider school requests as well as the availability of candidates when placing members. *
Indicate the commitment levels of Early Learning Tutors requested by your school. Please select all hours commitment levels you are open to. We consider school requests as well as the availability of candidates when placing members. *

AmeriCorps Member Request - Educator Corps

An Educator Corps member is a current employee (classroom teacher, para or aide) of the service site where they serve. Educator Corps members are trained in research-based early literacy and numeracy strategies and collaborate with other teaching staff to enhance daily literacy and math opportunities and conduct literacy and math assessments to increase the number of children on target with early learning predictors.
Indicate the commitment levels of Educator Corps members requested by your school. Please select all hours commitment levels you are open to. We consider school requests as well as the availability of candidates when placing members. *

Student Need & Demographics

Early Learning Tutors must be placed in a classroom that serves 3- to 5-year-old children, with priority on classrooms with 4- and 5-year old children. 

Estimated percentage of students at your site who identify as:

Site Agreement Information

All Early Learning Corps site partners must sign a site agreement outlining the partnership between the site and the program. 

Review & Submit

Please review the form before clicking the "Submit" button below to submit your application.
You will receive a copy of your application via email.
Ampact is a national organization that demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems. We create innovative programs that focus on education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Climate Impact Corps, Recovery Corps and Heading Home Corps.