Our members and alumni have made enormous impacts in their communities both during and after their service years.

Alumni of Arizona Serve go on to pursue a multitude of pathways leveraging their unique service-learning opportunities including higher education, careers in a variety of fields, and even further National Service opportunities. For example, Claire Louge is now the Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, Lex Mundell is studying rural medicine at the University of Washington, Jordan Thompson went into the Peace Corps and now works in community-based education programs in the Northeast, and Katie Hamlin (pictured right) was hired by her agency CASA Support Council for Pima County after service. Current members are following in their footsteps filling Arizona volunteer opportunities in local schools, health centers, nonprofits, and government agencies.

Read and hear some of their stories below to see the many ways in which you can impact your community through Arizona Serve!

Our Podcast:

Our communications team hosts this authentic look at what it means to be an Arizona Serve AmeriCorps members in both Yavapai and Pima County.

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