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. Subscribe to our newsletter to get them sent directly to your inbox every other Thursday.
Taryn began service in AmeriCorps as a Recovery Corps navigator in Aug. 2018, and after completing two terms serving at
Learn about a new initiative that will bring Reading Corps and Math Corps consultation and tutoring to families with kids learning at home.
Anna McCallum is a Literacy Coach at Reading & Math Inc. (RMI) and she will be using her background in
Jessica Mower is a Coaching & Training Senior Manager at Reading & Math Inc., and she will be one of
Math Specialist Hannah Berget is a former Reading Corps member and special education teacher and current Math Program Specialist who will consult with families about learning at home.
Anne Sinclair: Determining Innovative Ways to Continue to Serve Students — Even While They’re at Home
As Chief Learning Officer at Reading & Math Inc., Anne Sinclair wants to assure that all students continue to learn, even while they are at home.
AmeriCorps Members Will Serve as Covid-19 Contact Tracers in New ServeMinnesota Partnership with Minneapolis Health Department
A letter from Audrey Suker, CEO of ServeMinnesota: Hello from ServeMinnesota. We are thinking of all of you during this
Steven Yang experienced the power of AmeriCorps as a child, and after college, decided to join Green Corps.
‘It’s such an incredible experience:’ A Reading Corps Tutor Extends AmeriCorps Service to Emergency Response
Sloane served two years in Minnesota Reading Corps and wanted to continue to serve by joining the AmeriCorps Emergency Response Initiative.
By Jackie Brock, Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps When Venissa Ledesma’s Peace Corps service in Cameroon was suspended
A college student learns about her community and herself as she serves in the AmeriCorps Emergency Response Initiative this summer.
I was 17 when I first encountered real community. That summer, I was hired by the Minnesota Conservation Corps.
Kate Kelly, Regional President of PNC Bank, has proven to be an optimistic leader and catalyst for positive change in