College Corps

In partnership with California Volunteers (Office of the Governor) and AmeriCorps, SF State is proud to be among the selected 45 campuses statewide for the inaugural #CaliforniansForAll College Corps. ICCE is the SF State campus lead for this program.

SF State is one of the sixteen CSU campuses to receive this honor and we are excited to invite students to consider making community service a core part of their college experience. SF State’s College Corps will create pathways for 50 students (10 positions will be designated for AB 540 students) to earn academic credit and receive up to $10,000 in funding in exchange for a commitment to serve 450 hours in a community service assignment during a full academic year. The inaugural cohort of college students will start in Fall 2022 in a first-of-its-kind statewide partnership to also include AB 540 CA Dream Act students in a state service program addressing societal challenges and helping to build more equitable communities across California.

#CaliforniansForAll College Corps will help create debt-free college pathways for low-income students who commit to serve.

Conduct local community-based service in one of three critical focus areas:

Empowerment through tutoring and mentoring services to support the academic and social development of K-12 students

Tackle environmental and climate issues through stewardship, restoration, and nursery maintenance 

Increase food security through food distribution, Cal Fresh assistance, and regenerative food production

Announcements - New!

Spring 2023 Information Sessions: Students

Join us to learn more about College Corps and the application process.

Update: Upcoming information sessions for February and March 2023 will be posted shortly.

Application for Fellows for 2023-2024 AY is now open!

 UPDATE - Deadline extended: Online application closes at 11:59 pm (PST), Sunday, April 2, 2023

Join the second cohort of college students in a first-of-its-kind statewide partnership addressing societal challenges and helping to build more equitable communities across California.

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