Program Benefits


In return for their service, corps members receive:

  • A modest living allowance of approximately $1,800 per month, up to $20,000 for the year

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  • Individual health insurance
  • An Eli Segal Education Award of up to $6,495 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 2022-2023 service year will start in August.


If you have questions, please contact

 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.