policy links

AmeriCorps Rules, Regulations, and Provisions (Legal provisions for program)

egrants links

eGrants (Federal Member Management System)
eGrants Tutorials

Program director manual

Program Director Manual, updated February 8, 2023.

requests for reimbursement (RFR) and progress reports

RFRs and Progress Reports are due quarterly. They are due on or before the 20th of January, April, July, and October. When submitting an RFR, there are four documents that should be submitted. These documents are the RFR Spreadsheet (either monthly or quarterly depending on the program), Financial Income Report, RFR Reconciliation Spreadsheet, and a detailed program ledger.
Progress Report Template
RFR Example Ledger
RFR Tips and Processes
RFR Ledger and Income Report Template
RFR Required Items Examples
Education Award Only Grant Workbook
Fixed Amount Grant Workbook
Education Award Grant Funding Drawdown Guidelines
Fixed Amount Grant Funding Drawdown Guidelines and Policy

National service criminal history checks

National Service Criminal History Checks (NSCHC) is a baseline screening requirement established by law to protect the beneficiaries of national service.
NSCHC is required under the National and Community Service Act of 1990, as amended by the Serve America Act (SAA). The statutory requirement at 42 U.S.C. § 12645g is supplemented by regulatory requirements at 45 CFR §2540.200 through §2540.207 as well as the terms and conditions of AmeriCorps grants.

Quick Links

NSCHC Guidance

volunteer recognition

UServeUtah encourages AmeriCorps members to nominate the outstanding volunteers they recruit for the Lt. Governor’s Volunteer Recognition Certificate.
Lt. Governor’s Volunteer Recognition Certificate