Links & Resources to Help You Stay Connected and Informed
You receive a ton of links via email that may be hard to keep up with at times. For all frequently used links, surveys, contact information and date, you can find the link to the resource here! Have an idea of a link that needs to be added? Email us!
Use this to find out which action items are due, and when, and well as to check on the status of your completion. If you have notice an error, simply reach out to your staff point person to correct the issue!
Summer Logistics Memo
This document provides detailed guidance on your full summer experience, including but not limited to: travel guidance, packing lists, preliminary Induction agendas, location maps and much more! It's a live document, updated regularly by our institute and induction planning teams, so it may be a good idea to make this document a favorite of yours!
Sign up to practice your interview skills and receive feedback from a staff member, alumni or community partner. As a reminder, this experience is mandatory for all incoming corps members. If you're in the city and want to come in to do your interview in person, please feel free to do so! When signing up, please enter only your name and phone number. For those who want to come in office, please write "in person" after you include your phone number.
Use this link to the Corps Member Personal Information Form (Institute Survey) to share housing preferences and needs, dietary restrictions, and other important information to help accommodate your summer stay in sunny Miami. This action item should take you 15-30 minutes to complete.
Summer Leave Request: For all who already know that they will be missing at least one day of institute, please submit your requests by May 17, 2019.
Get invested in and build your knowledge around the work to be done using these resources. Please remember to set aside 2-3 hours, min, per week, to dig into this information. Send all questions & comments to staff, or use the Facebook page to initiate dialogue.
Created to help you gain better clarity on what it means to be a corps member and work to impact education education nationwide, the National Pre-Work is broken up into five sections and can accessed by clicking the link above.
Learn about the governing district in Jacksonville, browse statistics about our schools, students and communities as well as discover opportunities to learn, grow or plug in via this expansive an informative website.
For a deeper understanding of some of our other school placement partners, including salary and time considerations, please visit their websites as well: