Thank you for your service to Vermont!
Members are expected to create and maintain a safe space for each other's thoughts, experiences, opinions, identities, cultures, and backgrounds, and to be aware of their own assumptions and biases.
Members are expected to treat others how they want to be treated and be conscious of varying communication styles, pronouns, and other preferences.
- Members can expect to be challenged. Opportunities to grow, listen, and learn are a cornerstone of the ECO experience.
- Members are expected to navigate and provide feedback for positive personal and program experience outcomes. Giving and getting support is key to ECO's functioning.
- Members can expect to feel comfortable bringing their whole self to service.
Looking for additional opportunities?
Here are some places that other members are doing Independent Service Projects:
ECO Book Club
Information about your educational award and loan forbearence
- Postponing student loan payments and getting interest paid
- Using your Segal AmeriCorps Educational Award