Stories of Service
AmeriCorps members in Minnesota have amazing stories to tell.
Every day, Minnesota AmeriCorps programs and their members transform lives and get things done. Their actions and impact shows exactly what service to your state is all about. These are their stories.
We have published a list some of our favorite social media posts about AmeriCorps and service from the past few
Serving as an AmeriCorps member in Community Technology Empowerment Program (CTEP) helped Esteban find a career in non-profit work.
Yailyn nows attends college and services full-time as a tutor in Reading Corps.
Hilary was able to return to her small town in Southern Minnesota to serve in AmeriCorps LEAP before going to graduate school.
Mayor Jacob Frey challenges the Minneapolis community to help recruit new AmeriCorps members to serve in schools.
Telia’s AmeriCorps service helped her figure out that she liked to coach high school and college students.
Here is a roundup of National Service Recognition Day activities in Minnesota.
ServeMinnesota has gathered some of our favorite recent social media posts about AmeriCorps and service, and you can feel the
“I thought hey, now is the time to really give back to my community and help kids who struggled with math and science, too.”
Members are provided with a tuition award after they finish one term of service. Here’s how much and they can use it.
This is an editorial by Kate Kelly and Audrey Suker that was published in the Star Tribune.
AmeriCorps: One of the Best Kept Secrets for People Over 55? Watch this Interview with Diana Pierce to Learn More
Diana Pierce featured ServeMinnesota CEO Audrey Suker and Reading Corps member Georgette Johnson on a recent episode.