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How to apply for NC Education Corps

Feb. 9. Students attending Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will benefit from a new partnership between the NC State Board of Education, the Office of the Governor, local school systems and the N.C. Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service.

The NC Education Corps will provide emergency relief to public schools by employing talented community members—including current college students and recent graduate—to provide wraparound services to K-12 students across the state.

How to apply

They’re searching for members now. More info: www.nceducationcorps.org.

Deadline

Feb. 20.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

There are about 105 tutoring and contact tracing positions with CMS from April through July. Tutors begin working in April; contact tracers could start this month. Education Corps members will receive ongoing training and support, and earn a “living wage.”

Compensation

Compensation for Education Corps members will be provided by local school systems, which can utilize funding provided to them from North Carolina’s share of the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund, a part of the federal CARES Act.

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