Service // Corps members serve 40-hours per week in a local non-profit organization. The list of host sites can be found here.
Formation // Corps members participate in formational meeting which consist of workshops, meditations, and personal and professional development. This time is designed to create space to learn together and reflect over vocational discernment.
Community // The core of the program is living in intentional community with other young adults seeking discernment and direction.
Worship // It is not a requirement that corps members are Episcopalian. A component of the program is that members participate in regular worship or meditation within their own faith identity.
- 40 hours per week in a local non-profit agency
- Participation in Formation meetings
- Living in community
- Living simply
- Actively participating in a faith community
- Public Transit
- Monthly Personal Stipend
- Health Insurance
- $2,000 End of Service Award
Potential applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for member placement:
- Must be 21-30 years old
- Must have received high school diploma or GED
- Must be willing to living in community with members of all gender identities, racial backgrounds, orientations, and religious identities
After Service Year
As the program year closes, each member is challenged to think about what’s next. A year of service opens many doors for young people starting their career paths. Below are some of the examples of what corps members do after the year ends.