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How to Apply for AmeriCorp State Positions with Arizona Serve:

 

>>> Click here to download the AmeriCorps State Application <<<

 

This application is a fillable PDF file. Please download the application, complete it, save, and then submit your application electronically to: americorps@arizonaserve.org

Please apply as soon as possible for consideration. If you have any questions, please contact Erika Stone at 520.230.2155 or americorps@arizonaserve.org.

Tucson Community Schools Initiative

Serve on the Tucson Mayor's Community Schools Initiative! Members in these positions will serve on a collaborative team with Higher Ground and Arizona Serve to support five high schools and five middle in low income neighborhoods. This is one of ten national initiatives supported by an Operation AmeriCorps grant.

Click each link to see more information about our Operation AmeriCorps State positions:

1700 Hour Positions

900 Hour Positions

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

AmeriCorps State Positions

To apply for our AmeriCorps State positions, please download the AmeriCorps State application: HERE

This application is a fillable PDF file. Save and submit your completed application electronically to: americorps@arizonaserve.org

Click each link to see information about our 900-hour positions in Prescott, AZ:

 

 

 

 

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Click each link to see information about our 1700-hour positions in Tucson, AZ:

Click each link to see information about our 900-hour positions in Tucson, AZ:

 

 

 

Click each link to see information about our 300-hour positions in Prescott, AZ:

 

Click each link to see information about our 300-hour positions in Tucson, AZ:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To apply for one of the above AmeriCorps State positions, please download the AmeriCorps State application: HERE

This application is a fillable PDF file. Save and submit your completed application electronically to: americorps@arizonaserve.org

 

AmeriCorps State and National

The purpose of AmeriCorps State and National is to engage AmeriCorps members in direct service and capacity-building to address critical community needs. The grant applicant designs service activities for a team of members serving full- or part-time for one year or during the summer. Sample activities include tutoring and mentoring youth, providing job placement assistance to unemployed individuals, addressing childhood obesity through in-school and after-school physical activities, and weatherizing and retrofitting housing units for low-income households. AmeriCorps members also mobilize community volunteers and strengthen the capacity of the organizations where they serve.

The entities that receive grants are responsible for recruiting, selecting, and supervising AmeriCorps members to serve in their programs.

To learn more about the AmeriCorps State and National programs, please visit:
http://www.americorps.gov/about/programs/state_national.asp