Join AmeriCorps

When challenges arise, AmeriCorps steps in providing members who can recruit, train, and supervise community volunteers; mentor youth; build affordable housing; clean parks and streams; run after-school programs; help communities respond to disasters; build the capacity of non-profit groups to become self-sustaining, and so much more!


Your AmeriCorps Funder Partner

Find your purpose while serving others through AmeriCorps.

All throughout our State, ServeWyoming makes it possible for citizens of all ages to serve our community through various opportunities. Ready to serve your community?


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Why Serve with AmeriCorps?

AmeriCorps is an opportunity for individuals of all ages and backgrounds to give their time and talent to strengthen communities.

Join a Network of National Service Members

When you serve with AmeriCorps, you join a network of more than 1 million strong. The community you build while serving with AmeriCorps is unlike any other.

Grow Personally and Professionally

Learn and grow while giving back to the community. Individuals who serve with AmeriCorps build new skillsets or apply their hard-earned knowledge to make an impact.

Receive Benefits for Service

AmeriCorps provides several benefits for its volunteers and members. Education awards, supplemental health insurance, loan deferment, and childcare. Benefits vary by program.

Ways to Serve

ServeWyoming is a National Service Hub. You can now experience more with AmeriCorps by applying with ServeWyoming for AmeriCorps, AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps Service Learning, AmeriCorps Seniors. There are opportunities for everyone to serve and meet their communities’ needs.

AmeriCorps State

Members serve more than 2,900 national and local non-profit, and community groups.

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AmeriCorps VISTA

Members are dedicated to the cause full time, fighting to end poverty across the nation.

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AmeriCorps NCCC

Members ages 18-24 work as a team as part of a residential program, carrying out projects in public safety, the environment, youth development, and more.

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AmeriCorps Seniors

Members 55 and older can serve in numerous ways to strengthen their community.

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AmeriCorps VGF

Professional volunteers mentor college students and together they help qualified non-profits by completing short-term, specific projects.

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ServeWyoming AmeriCorps Programs

The ARI Wyoming AmeriCorps Rural Intermediary Program partners with small, rural, and fledgling community-based organizations to transform emergency response efforts into programs that address the core issues that create poverty, health disparities, and food insecurity to begin with.

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The Antelope Butte Foundation works with AmeriCorps members to serve in the Antelope Butte Youth Recreation Corps, providing affordable and accessible youth recreation programming 20-30 hours per week in Big Horn and Sheridan County.

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The Food Bank of Wyoming provides food and necessities to people in need through signature programs and by teaming up with over 160 Hunger Relief Partners to serve communities across the State with the help of AmeriCorps members.

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The Teton Science Schools works with AmeriCorps members, with existing skills and those developed by TSS Field Education Programming, to build increased capacity within Teton County non-profit and governmental organizations that provide out-of-school educational services in STEM literacy and 21st century learning skills to local and visiting youth, adults, and families.

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The Science Zone utilizes innovative exhibits, programs, and outreach to promote informal science education throughout the State of Wyoming. With the help of AmeriCorps members, The Science Zone is utilizing a planning grant to continue to inspire the mind, delight the senses and ignite a passion for the technical arts and sciences.

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The Wyoming Conservation Corps promotes individual development, stewardship, and education through localized national service, by carrying out the highest caliber of service for Wyoming’s public lands through AmeriCorps. Participation in the program provides members with an opportunity to learn firsthand the complexity involved with current natural resource management decisions in Wyoming.

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