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  • AmeriCorps Program Requirements | Springfield College
    Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET AmeriCorps AmeriCorps Program Requirements Section Menu AmeriCorps AmeriCorps About AmeriCorps Massachusetts Reading Corps School Turnaround Initiative Impacts and Outcomes Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information AmeriCorps Program Requirements Be available to serve from Aug 12 to June 22 Be a U S citizen or lawful permanent resident Have a high school diploma or GED Attend the five day AmeriCorps Orientation Participate in AmeriCorps Opening Day Complete two service projects Attend monthly AmeriCorps meetings Attend the Midyear Training Submit timesheets every two weeks For full time members complete 1 700 hours of service approximately 40 hours per week For part time members complete 900 hours of service approximately 20 hours per week The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program Getting Things Done Laura Riccio AmeriCorps member 2008 09 2009

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/americorps/americorps-program-requirements (2016-02-15)
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  • AmeriCorps Program Benefits | Springfield College
    Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET AmeriCorps AmeriCorps Program Benefits Section Menu AmeriCorps AmeriCorps About AmeriCorps Massachusetts Reading Corps School Turnaround Initiative Impacts and Outcomes Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information AmeriCorps Program Benefits Living Allowance and Education Award Position Type Hours Requirement Living Allowance Education Award Full time 1 700 12 100 5 645 Half time 900 6 050 2 822 50 Worker s Compensation and Loan Forbearance Interest Accrual AmeriCorps members may request forbearance on qualified student loans postponing their loan payments during their term of service The National Service Trust will also repay a portion of any interest accrued on qualified student loans during the term of service Health Care and Child Care Full time members are eligible for health care coverage and child care support Before taxes paid

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/americorps/americorps-program-benefits (2016-02-15)
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  • Application Instructions | Springfield College
    Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information Application Instructions The AmeriCorps programs at Springfield College recruit 76 AmeriCorps members to support students in the Springfield Public Schools through academic coaching counseling and literacy instruction The programs are supported in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service the Massachusetts Service Alliance the Funder Collaborative for Reading Success and the Irene E and George A Davis Foundation While there is no typical AmeriCorps member all candidates should possess high moral and ethical standards and demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning and community service Through the application we hope to get a sense of the qualities skills and goals that make you an ideal candidate for the AmeriCorps Program and for your selected service position Your application letters of recommendation and résumé help create a full picture of you and what you can bring to national service Please be sure to fill out the application and attached forms completely and to the best of your ability Full time positions are open to the community while most half time and quarter time positions are reserved for Springfield College students However applications from non students and students from other institutions of higher education will be considered for half time positions not filled by Springfield College students To apply complete the AmeriCorps Application and submit it to the AmeriCorps Program Office along with the following Three letters of recommendation Brief personal statement responding to the questions in section IV of the application A copy of your résumé Applications are accepted on a rolling basis however it is recommended that you submit your application by April 1 All applications will be considered until the corps is full Applications are placed in review as they become complete provided

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/americorps/application-instructions (2016-02-15)
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  • Reasonable Accommodations Policy | Springfield College
    Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET AmeriCorps Reasonable Accommodations Policy Section Menu AmeriCorps AmeriCorps About AmeriCorps Massachusetts Reading Corps School Turnaround Initiative Impacts and Outcomes Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information Reasonable Accommodations Policy Springfield College is committed to providing equal educational opportunity and full participation in college programs and activities for persons with disabilities Reasonable accommodations are provided for persons with documented disabilities on the basis of need Reasonable accommodations are available for applicants during the interview process and for members at their service sites The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program Getting Things Done Ryne Olsen AmeriCorps member 2009 10 2010 11 2011 12 AmeriCorps has been a life changing experience for me that I will never forget

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/americorps/reasonable-accommodations-policy (2016-02-15)
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  • Contact Information | Springfield College
    Studies Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET AmeriCorps Contact Information Section Menu AmeriCorps AmeriCorps About AmeriCorps Massachusetts Reading Corps School Turnaround Initiative Impacts and Outcomes Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information Contact Information Program Director Matthew Hudak 413 748 3610 mhudak springfieldcollege edu Assistant Program Director Melanie Isa 413 748 3403 misa springfieldcollege edu Administrative Assistant Lisa Holm 413 748 3249 lholm springfieldcollege edu Mailing Address Springfield College AmeriCorps Program Flynn Campus Union Suite 350 263 Alden Street Springfield MA 01109 3797 The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program Getting Things Done Nikki Hay AmeriCorps member 2008 09 2010 11 Being an AmeriCorps member allowed me to

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  • Springfield College Receives $1.6 Million AmeriCorps Grant | Springfield College
    AmeriCorps AmeriCorps About AmeriCorps Massachusetts Reading Corps School Turnaround Initiative Impacts and Outcomes Position Descriptions AmeriCorps Program Requirements AmeriCorps Program Benefits Application Instructions Reasonable Accommodations Policy Contact Information Springfield College Receives 1 6 Million AmeriCorps Grant Sept 16 2009 SPRINGFIELD Mass A new AmeriCorps grant of 1 606 527 will enable Springfield College to continue to help Greater Springfield schools and nonprofit organizations meet human needs for the next three years The grant will support 85 students per year who become AmeriCorps members with each contributing 900 hours of community service Mostly graduate students they will provide services consistent with their fields of study that are targeted to community needs Their services help school children individuals and families receiving physical and mental health services and organizations recruiting training and managing volunteers Responding to the grant announcement Springfield College AmeriCorps Program Director Shannon Langone said In this period of economic downturn the services of our AmeriCorps members are especially needed Budget cuts have reduced the capacity of local service providers Many organizations have requested our help Springfield College AmeriCorps services for school children include academic coaching for 600 students counseling advising and outreach for 300 students and out of school leadership development programs for 185 youth Springfield educational sites served include the four city high schools William N DeBerry German Gerena and White Street elementary schools Duggan and Van Sickle middle schools the Renaissance School and the Martin Luther King Jr Charter School of Excellence The college s AmeriCorps members assigned to health counseling and case management also will provide health screenings and wellness guidance They serve 2 500 individuals and families annually at Sisters of Providence Health Systems Mercy Hospital Baystate Medical Center Square One Behavioral Health Network and other sites Those assigned to capacity building serve at the college

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  • Learning in Later Life | Springfield College
    of expertise Springfield College provides a great many opportunities for those looking for additional challenges or just some great entertainment There is the Fuller Performing Arts Center You are likely to find several Learning in Later Life students in Cheney Dining Hall The food is very good and it is a great place to spend time with the friends you ve made Learning in Later Life participant Reawaken your passion for learning Established in 1989 Learning in Later Life offers spring and fall semester courses in current affairs film books and a variety of other subjects of interest The program offers social events to encourage an atmosphere of camaraderie and companionship while learning about topics of relevance for those who are 55 and older With no grades or homework assignments members can focus on what s important learning The tuition fee covers all courses for one semester and members may register for as many offerings as they wish Additional fees may be charged for field trips or special activities What members say We learn with all of the courses yet we re all having fun and enjoying each other s company It s wonderful Join old friends and meet new ones Each semester begins with a Kickoff Kaffee Klatsch A Kaffee Klatsch is an informal social gathering for coffee and conversation Join old friends and meet new Learning in Later Life members over a continental breakfast and receive course updates and other fun materials during this open house style registration event Staff will be available to assist with course enrollment and to answer questions What members say My wife and I have met some wonderful people in our association with Learning in Later Life fellow members faculty members and the younger students enrolled at Springfield College It is always fun to talk to the younger generation Great teachers teach great ideas Classes are taught by volunteers including Springfield College faculty retired faculty peers and community members who have a passion for a topic and a willingnessto connect with others Suggestions for course topics and volunteer presenters are always welcome Examples of past courses include The World of Opera Journey to China Observations Impressions Talking Books Hot Topics in Health Care and Fall Foliage in Mitteneague Park What instructors say Since retiring from college teaching I have become very involved in Learning in Later Life I love the classes because the students are so motivated and interested Their questions inspire me to do my best Enjoy the benefits of membership The Institute for Learning in Later Life offers two affordable levels of membership and benefits to people aged 55 and older individual and couple Enrollment in all Learning in Later Life courses Please note courses fill quickly registrations are on a first come first served basis Priority registration for all Learning in Later Life trips Access to Babson Library with lending privileges Admission to competitive athletic events except championship games William Simpson Fine Arts Series events and other campus events at

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/office-of-conferences-special-events/learning-in-later-life (2016-02-15)
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  • Conferences and Meetings | Springfield College
    College Request for Information Form Campus Maps Driving Directions Conferences and Meetings Location Meeting Reception Interactive Facilities Summer Housing Services Leisure Options Facility Reservation Request Form Springfield College is an ideal host site for events of various sizes and offers versatility in meeting the needs of its guest organizations and groups Situated on Lake Massasoit the campus offers a picturesque setting in a convenient location complete with state of the art facilities and affordable accommodations The wide range of facilities and services offered make Springfield College an attractive venue for many organizations and groups in Massachusetts Connecticut and beyond for hosting conferences meetings corporate retreats receptions and other events In addition to first rate food services and award winning facilities Springfield College provides skilled and courteous special event staff to assist guests with everything they need to achieve a successful event For additional information or to arrange a meeting please contact Suzette Wood at swood2 springfieldcollege edu Organizations hosting events at Springfield College are responsible for the promotion of their event Location 30 minutes from Bradley International Airport BDL 5 minutes from Springfield Amtrak 5 minutes from Peter Pan bus terminal 2 hours from Boston Albany and Providence 3 hours from New York City 114 acre green campus with lake Housing dining and meeting rooms in close proximity to one another Free ample parking options Meeting Reception The 17 130 square foot Brennan Center School of Social Work and Conference Center on Island Pond Road Appleton Auditorium Fuller Arts Center lectures s eats 300 31 meeting and event rooms Classroom and event seating for 25 to 300 people 11 485 square feet of Exhibition space Dining Facilities Banquet style cafeteria style seating 650 Reception style 500 Interactive Facilities Stadium seating conference room accommodating 100 including a multi media center with

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/office-of-conferences-special-events/conferences-and-meetings (2016-02-15)
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