Fellowship Application

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Welcome to the Fellowship application portal for California Climate Action Corps (CCAC)! We are thrilled to have you here.The CCAC Program is dedicated to recruiting exceptional candidates for positions at various organizations across the State. We offer three exciting terms for you to choose from:
  • CCAC Summer Fellowship Term (June - August)
  • CCAC Fall Fellowship Term (September - August)
  • CCAC Winter Fellowship Term (January - August)
You have the flexibility to apply for as many terms as you desire. Simply select your preferred term(s) from the drop-down menu below. Please note that only currently open terms will be displayed.For more detailed information about our Program and the positions available for each term, please visit our official website: https://www.caclimateactioncorps.org/We encourage you to apply for multiple terms and embark on a transformative fellowship experience with CCAC!


Personal Information

Gender, Ethnicity

Ability to Travel

National Service / Military Experience

Criminal History / Agreement
  • Applicants offered a position with California Climate Action Corps must complete a California, out-of-state (if applying from outside CA), and federal background check, as well as clear the National Sex Offender Public Register search prior to the start of their first service day. Acceptance into the program is contingent upon results from the checks. Additionally, applicants are not officially AmeriCorps Fellows and cannot begin their service, log hours, or receive their stipend until results from ALL checks have been returned and reviewed. Please indicate that you understand and accept these eligibility requirements. (checkbox)
  • Candidates are ineligible to serve within the California Climate Action Corps if they are registered, or required to be registered, as a sex offender; have been convicted of murder; or those who have major felony convictions. Have you ever been convicted of a federal felony in the past?
  • If yes, please describe the felony as well as any rehabilitation or action taken since

Ability to Work in the United States

Age Requirement

Education, Interests, Skills and Experience

Education History



Language Skills

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California Climate Action Corps is a competitive Fellowship program. This essay section is a chance to speak directly to our host partner organizations about your interest in the program. For more information about the Fellowship, click here

Location Preferences

Bay Area Central Greater Los Angeles Los Angeles Northern California San Diego
Please select your regional preferences

Resume and References

You may attach, or copy & paste in the text box, a resume. (If you are attaching a resume, you may write “See attached" in the text box.)

Personnel Requirements


The State of California requires that all individuals working with children/youth be fingerprinted and registered with the California Department of Justice. BACR’s policy is to go above and beyond this requirement by making sure all staff and AmeriCorps members are fingerprinted and registered with both the DOJ and the FBI. BACR staff can assist in the fingerprinting process. The time frame for receiving the results varies (1-4 weeks, typically). During this time you may not work alone with children/youth.

Tuberculosis (TB) Test:

The State of California requires that all individuals working with children/youth must get a tuberculin test on an annual basis. Please provide an original copy of the results of your most recent test if you had one within the last year. If you have not had one, BACR staff will assist you in locating a free or low cost clinic to do so. Please keep in mind that TB test results are available 2-3 days after the test is administered.

Required Documentation:

It is necessary in the State of California for all employees to have appropriate employment eligibility and tax information on hand. Furthermore, AmeriCorps members must be U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States and have documentation to prove this. This information is forwarded to government agencies for tax and immigration reasons. This information is very important and must be provided to the personnel manager as soon as possible. If this information is not available employment with BACR will be terminated.

Please be prepared to show one of the following in Column A OR one from each of Columns B and C.

Unexpired U.S. passport Drivers license or ID card issued by a state or outlying posession of the United States, provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, sex, height, eye color, and address Original or certified copy of a birth certificate issued by a state, county, municipal authority, or outlying possessin of the United States bearing an official seal
Certificate of U.S. citizenship (INS Form N-560 or N-561) U.S. military card U.S. citizen ID card (INS Form I-197)
Certificate of naturalization (INS form N-550 or N-570) School ID card with a photograph ID card for use of resident citizen in the United States (INS From I-179)
Alien registration receipt card with photo (INS Form I-551)
Please Note:


Applications are accepted until all placements are filled, so applicants are strongly encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible in order to receive priority placement consideration.

Candidates invited to interview may be contacted anytime until the program starts. 

To help us review all applications carefully, please do not contact our offices with general inquires about your application status.
If you need to make a change to your application after submitting it (e.g. change of address or contact info), please email climateactioncorps@bacr.org.


Applications will be shared only with program administrators and site supervisors.

People of Color, Multi-Lingual People, LGBTTQQIAAP People, and People with Disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations may be made for applicants with disabilities.