AmeriCorps State and National
The AmeriCorps State and National program is a nationwide network of outreach and service organizations that utilize members to assist in their local communities tackling a host of problems facing many populations today. The programs operate on funding from the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) for both operating costs as well as to pay members a small stipend for their service. At the successful completion of service, members are awarded an education award to continue to learn, grow, and thrive.
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For further information about AmeriCorps in Arizona and how to get involved, please contact Emily Litchfield.
AmeriCorps VISTA is a national service program specifically designed to lift communities up out of poverty since 1965. Through a one-year commitment, VISTA empowers and engages individuals at a more local level to strengthen low-income communities through capacity building of nonprofit organizations and public agencies. With this one-year commitment, individuals are learning sustainable skills: recruiting, program development, public outreach, etc. which are transferable skills to support and advocate for those living in low-income areas.
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For further information about AmeriCorps VISTA in Arizona and how to get involved, please contact Courtni Tran.
Opportunities to Serve in AmeriCorps
- Volunteer Coordinator with Bloom 365 - Teen Dating Abuse/Sexual Violence Prevention & Peer Support Program
- Arizona Angel Initiative Coordinator with Pinal County Sheriff's Office - Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Program
- Wellness Program Coordinator with Pima County Juvenile Court Center - Trauma-Informed Care, Self-Care Program