What is AmeriCorps?

Each year, AmeriCorps offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups. Read the information below to learn how to get involved with national service through AmeriCorps!

National AmeriCorps Program Opportunities

AmeriCorps service can be done in your local community, within other communities in Montana, or across the United States. The following are local and national service options. The MSU Office of Activities and Engagement is not responsible for any interactions or occurrences with the agencies.

Click on the program names below to learn more about each.

AmeriCorps

 

The Compact Service Corps AmeriCorps Program (CSC) was not selected for funding by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) in the last RFP cycle. This means there will be no new enrollments in the Compact Service Corps program. If you are currently enrolled this does not have an impact on your education award or your ability to complete your term of service. You should continue to submit monthly time logs and all exit paperwork to this office. 

If you have questions about your enrollment status please contact brianna.cronin@montana.edu

Attention current Compact Service Corps members!!!

Below are the time logs you will need to submit each month and the current exit packet. 

For additional clarification, please contact Brianna Cronin at (406) 994-7475 or email brianna.cronin@montana.edu.

Healthy Futures Time Log
Exit Packet

MCC MCC JFMGF Sr Corps GOCS MTCC Prevention CIA MLSA TFA