Not possible to attend college.
Answered - IT Coordinator (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
It may be stressful, but one of my teammates managed to go to grad school. He did evening classes and online courses. Thankfully our manager was lax enough that he didn't mind my teammate doing homework during the school day.
Answered - AmeriCorps Member (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
No you must graduate college first.
Answered - AmeriCorps Member/ Communications Coordinator (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
It isn't recommended. My friend tried to end college while in City Year and found it almost impossible to thrive. You work no less than 43 hours a week, $5.77 an hour, and have to manage school. I wouldn't suggest it.
Answered - AmeriCorps Volunteer (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
Yes online college.
Answered - Second Year Corps Member (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH
You could if you were in college part time, however the work can be long and you take it home with you
Answered - Corps Member (Former Employee) - Manchester, NH
No because they give you 1yr of service since its a americorp program.
Answered - AmeriCorps Member (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL