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Community Partners

Learn about our Current Community Partners

Interested in becoming one of our partners?

Your Organization can benefit in the following ways:

  • 15 hours/week of direct support provided by Fellows over one academic year;
  • Connections to higher education institutions in your community;
  • Access to training and networking opportunities provided by partner campuses and California Volunteers.

Community host organizations should meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Non-profit or governmental organization;
  • Work in one of the 3 programs Focus Areas: K-12 Education, Climate Action, Food Insecurity;
  • Ability to host at least two Fellows, and to provide all Fellows on-site with effective training, mentoring, and supervision to meet the goal of providing meaningful work experience.

College Corps Community Partners ( or Host Organizations) will have the following responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with partner campuses to place and train College Corps Fellows
  • Ensure Fellows meet the 450-hour service requirement while learning practical skills and interacting directly with program beneficiaries;
  • Support partner campuses in tracking Fellow contributions and outcomes