Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) AmeriCorps Early Childhood Educators serve preschoolers ages 3-4 in one of two Child and Family Development centers operated by Christian Appalachian Project. Child development programs include teaching reasoning, communication, social, physical, and emotional development as well as creative expression.
CAP AmeriCorps members also have the opportunity to participate in CAP's Volunteer Program. CAP Volunteers commit to direct Service, intentional Community, and Spirituality. In addition to their service, most CAP volunteers share in dinner and devotion several nights a week.
Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Relocation allowance (if applicable), Student loan forbearance, Training
All food and housing is provided for members who choose to live in a CAP volunteer community house. The living allowance is $160 bi-weekly for members who live in community and $635 bi-weekly for members who choose to live on their own.
GED/High School Diploma
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check