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I AM AmeriCorps: The Viral CampaignBe part of the groundswell. Be part of the trend. Help us make AmeriCorps go VIRAL!
We need you! Have you been affiliated with or served by AmeriCorps (State, National, NCCC, and VISTA) in any way?
There is no doubt that AmeriCorps changes lives and gets things done! You can help us make this common knowledge across social media such as Facebook and Twitter. We will attempt to give every user at least one glimpse of what AmeriCorps is doing. To meet this goal, we all have to:
How can you help? Please do as many of the following as you can.
2) Repeatedly and periodically post status updates on Twitter and/or Facebook about your experience with AmeriCorps. Ideas for posts appear below. If using Twitter, always include the hashtag #IAmAC, so we can start a trend!
a. Members-past or present: What are some of your proudest accomplishments? How many people have you served so far, and how? How has your experience changed your life?
b. Program director/manager: How has the AmeriCorps program enhanced your organization? Your community? How many individuals were impacted by your program?
c. Host site supervisor or organizational leader: What is the biggest benefit of hosting an AmeriCorps member? How has it changed your community for the better?
d. Community volunteer: How has being involved with AmeriCorps improved your life? How does volunteering enhance your life?
e. An individual affected by AmeriCorps in any way: How has an AmeriCorps member changed your life for the better?
3) As a social media user, as you see posts or status updates from others, please re-Tweet or share those posts to your friends and followers.
4) Join the "I am AmeriCorps" group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=70681798962 .
5) Please share this email with everyone you know, especially people in other states so we can take this effort nationwide.
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