Welcome to Grantee Central!
This portion of our website is being constructed with you, the program staff, in mind. Its primary purpose is to help you successfully operate an AmeriCorps.
Whenever you have a question or concern related to the contents herein, please do not hesitate to contact your CaliforniaVolunteers Program Officer.
AMERICORPS IN CALIFORNIA
Contact Information for 2015-2016 California CV AmeriCorps Sub-Grantees.
All documents for contracting can be found in the link below. Complete the contract checklist and attach it as a cover page along with copies of required Hardcopy Documents. All Hardcopy Documents must be clearly labeled and placed in the order listed on the contract checklist.
Send hardcopy materials to:
ATTN: AmeriCorps Contracting
1400 10th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
AmeriCorps Program Monitoring & Implementation Resources
Click on the link below for resources to assist in program monitoring and implementation.
AmeriCorps Program Readiness Resources
There are many systems that an AmeriCorps grantee would need to develop in order to manage a high quality program that is in compliance with grant requirements. The AmeriCorps Program Readiness Resources are provided for training purposes and are offered as supports as you design or update materials for your particular program.
- National Service Knowledge Network
- CNCS Managing AmeriCorps Grants
- AmeriCorps Alums California
A website maintained by the Corporation for National and Community Service, serves as resource for grantees, members, partners and staff by providing training materials, guides and information sharing opportunities.
A website maintained by the Corporation for National and Community Service, serves as resource for AmeriCorps grantees and staff by providing links to AmeriCorps rules, regulations, and provisions.
The AmeriCorps Alums website provides members with resources for their Life After AmeriCorps.
Applicable State & Federal Regulations/Provisions
Programs are also responsible for keeping policies current with all applicable state and federal regulations and/or provisions. Three important resources to check regularly are:
- OMB Circulars
- Code of Federal Regulations
- AmeriCorps State and National Rules, Regulations, and Provisions
- CaliforniaVolunteers Grantmaking and Program Design Policies
- CaliforniaVolunteers Policies and Requirements (Cost-Reimbursement Grants)
- CaliforniaVolunteers Policies and Requirements (Fixed-Amount Grants)