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Title:Segal AmeriCorps Education Award
Short Description:AmeriCorps members enrolled in the National Service Trust are eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award that can be used to repay qualified student loans or to pay education costs at qualified postsecodary institutions.
Annotation:After successfully completing a term of service, AmeriCorps members who are enrolled in the National Service Trust are eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award. This award can be used to pay education costs at qualified institutions of higher education, for educational training, or to repay qualified student loans. The award is $4,725 for a year of full-time service, and is prorated for part-time. The award can be accessed in full and part, and recipients can take up to seven years after their term of service has ended to claim the award.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
Financial Aid
Loan Forgiveness Programs

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