Staying Connected: An Ever Expanding Alumni

Maine Conservation Corps, an AmeriCorps initiative, is part of a nation-wide effort to bring volunteerism and positive impact to communities throughout the US. When taking on a Term of Service, dedicated individuals who are 18+ dedicate anywhere from 300-1700 hours of volunteer capacity to identified areas of need. Once someone begins their Term of Service, the ever expanding network of Alumni continues to make valuable connections and grow.

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While serving, the Alumni network is available and teeming with interest to get involved in current opportunities. Directly after completing your term, the Alumni network offers support and guidance for translating acquired skills into your next steps toward an applicable career. Lingering over the many years after your term of service, you have an open invitation to continue to be involved with palpable, positive change as a member of the AmeriCorps Alumni.

We encourage you, share your insights, your volunteerism, your interest in making a continuous pledge to be involved. Your part as an Alumni is bright with connectivity, possibility and is available to you, always.

Currently there are close to 100 Alumni Groups that have been created and maintained in a volunteer fashion. Filled with like-minded members who have served in an array of diverse capacities, and accepting more and more Alumni everyday.

Take a look! Reach out to a group near you, a group from the area where you served, to the overall organization, or even create a new gathering of Alumni. You are a part of an ever expanding network. We can always find strength, volunteerism and opportunity here.

MCC is a proud supporter of the efforts and opportunities within the AmeriCorps Alums Maine Chapter and overall initiative. We invite you to find out more about Alumni here: http://www.americorpsalums.org

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