2018 – 2019 Positions

AmeriCorps Positions

  • Health insurance and child care assistance is available for full-time (1700 hour) members
  • Serve full- or part-time for 10-12 months, or increased hours in a shorter time period
  • College Loan Forbearance available
Term of Service Living Allowance Stipend Education Award
1700 hours $13,732 $5,920
1200 hours $9,612 $4,144
900 hours $6,866 $2,960
675 hours $5,231 $2,255.24
450 hours $3,633 $1,566.14
300 hours $2,906 $1,252.91

675 Hour Positions

June – November 2019, 35-40 hours/week

Farm to School Corps - (Binghamton, NY)

June – November 2019, ~40 hours/week

The Farm to School Corps is a part of the Food and Health Network’s (FaHN) regional Farm to School program that works collaboratively with 26 school districts. Farm to School Corps members will work as part of an expanding regional team to develop, implement, grow, and evaluate programs to bring healthy, local food to students. Members will work with staff, students, parents, farms, and community partners to increase capacity for hands-on learning, local procurement, and creating a school-wide culture of health.

Each Farm to School Corps member will serve as the primary contact for 3-5 schools in order to advance the goals of individual schools and the larger regional program. Members will collaborate with one another on projects and events, and participate in training, professional development, and networking opportunities as a team.

About Farm to School

Southern Tier AIDS Program (STAP) - (Johnson City, NY)

STAP Prevention Assistant

(June – November, ~40 hours/week)

Duties of the STAP Prevention Assistant include: outreach (Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Otsego, Tioga, and Tompkins County), attending BOAC and STAP relevant meetings, participating in STAP Prevention Services (Syringe Exchange services and Harm Reduction education at the Johnson City site and also in the community during scheduled appointments), running community and individual overdose prevention/Naloxone trainings, attending community tabling events, attending heroin/opiate awareness events, assisting in program promotion and client recruitment for the Outreach Linkage and Referral program.

About STAP

450 Hour Positions

June – November 2019, ~25 hours/week 

Broome County Office for Aging - (Binghamton, NY)
The AmeriCorps Program Assistant will work on a variety of projects geared to helping to assure better health and nutrition among older individuals in Broome County. 
Goals of the program include: 
  • Reduce risks of obesity and malnutrition among the older population in Broome County.  
  • Provide appropriate health and wellness activities for the older population in Broome County. 
  • Help to assure older Broome County Residents receive available food assistance through the Farmers Market Coupon program.

About the Broome County Office for Aging

CASA-Trinity - (Elmira, NY)

Youth Specialist

(May – November 2019, ~35 hours/week)

CASA-Trinity is a private, nonprofit organization, that is licensed by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) to provide addiction recovery and prevention services. The AmeriCorps member will serve at CASA-Trinity’s youth clubhouse, which provides a community-based, non-clinical setting for promoting long-term recovery through skill building, recreation, education, wellness, evidence-based prevention programs and other social activities. Services offered at TC Commons will include mentoring, life-skills training, job readiness and musical instruction. Clubhouse participants will also work with and support each other to achieve personal and recovery-specific goals. The TC Commons Youth Clubhouse is located at 650 Baldwin Street in Elmira. It will be open Monday through Friday from 3-9 M-F and 3rd Saturday of the month 3-9.

About CASA-Trinity


Successful applicants (minimum age 18) will demonstrate the following proficiencies and values:

  • An interest in, and commitment to, health and/or rural communities and people
  • Evidence of current and/or past volunteer service activities
  • Communication skills, including writing and verbal communication with clarity and accuracy
  • Self direction: Members must be self-directed and show evidence of their ability to work independently and efficiently
  • Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents, and they must have their high school diploma or GED

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