Could an AmeriCorps member help your organization?

Arizona Serve provides organizations in Yavapai County and Pima County with a cost-effective means to grow their capacity and further their mission. By hosting members, our partners are expanding access to housing among refugee families, increasing access to healthcare and healthy food options, expanding college access  in low-income high schools, and much more.

Any nonprofit, school, or public agency serving low-income community members in Yavapai or Pima County may apply to host AmeriCorps members through Arizona Serve. Our staff helps recruit motivated and passionate candidates for your project and provides ongoing training and support.

We accept applications for AmeriCorps State and VISTA members on a rolling basis. Awards are determined by your project’s alignment with national performance measures related to grant goals, the applicant organization’s capacity to support the AmeriCorps project, and available resources.

 

AmeriCorps VISTA members help organizations build their capacity to address poverty. These members help organizations develop curriculum, write grants, document systems and processes, pilot new programs, or implement outreach campaigns.

Learn more about our AmeriCorps VISTA program here.

 

 

AmeriCorps State members provide direct services for low-income community members. These members tutor students, deliver nutrition education workshops, help connect families with affordable housing, provide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), and much more.

Learn more about our AmeriCorps State program here.