Fellow Applications are now closed for the 2021-22 Service Year.
Please check back in February 2022 for the 2022-23 Service Year.

LAUNCH A MEANINGFUL CAREER AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES!

CivicSpark and Climate Action Corps offer unique opportunities for those passionate about environmental and community resilience to gain direct experience, build strong networks, and gain professional, technical, and leadership skills through service.

What does it mean to be a CivicSpark Fellow?

CivicSpark Fellows serve with State, local, and community-based organizations tackling the most pressing environmental and social equity issues through planning and policy support for community resilience. 

As AmeriCorps members, all CivicSpark and Climate Action Corps Fellows focus on getting things done through capacity building and direct action, professional development through training and service experiences, and strengthening communities through volunteer mobilization. 

While all projects are unique, Fellows’ service will follow the steps below:

  • Gap Assessments: Fellows identify project needs and set the scope of their service.
  • Service Projects: Fellows conduct research, planning, or implementation projects to address community needs.
  • Volunteer Engagement: Fellows mobilize volunteers to take action in their communities. 
  • Knowledge Sharing: Fellows sustain progress by training staff or sharing outcomes with local partners.

2021-22 Fellow Application Calendar

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March 29

Program Interviews begin

May 1

Partner Interviews Begin

September 13, 2021

Program Orientation

September 20, 2021

Project Start Date

August 13, 2022

Last day of Fellow Service
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