Program Benefits

In return for their service, corps members receive:

  • A modest living allowance of approximately $1,000 per month, up to $12,600 for the year
  • Individual health insurance
  • An Eli Segal Education Award of up to $5,775 upon successful completion of service to be used for eligible education expenses
  • Extensive professional development, training, and leadership skill building

Dudley Promise Corps members who are interested in taking the next step to become a Boston public school teacher are encouraged to learn more about Boston Teacher Residency during their service year.


Eligible candidates must:

  • Be at least 17 years of age
  • Hold a high school diploma or GED by the start of the program
  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident alien
  • Agree to state & federal background checks

 Program Start Date

The 2017-2018 service year will start in July.


If you have questions, please contact Aaron Spencer at or (617) 275-0783.

 AmeriCorps funding covers the corps member stipend, individual health insurance plan, and the Segal Education Award.  Every three years, AmeriCorps programs re-apply for funding.