ServeMinnesota provides AmeriCorps grants to organizations across the state that focus on a wide variety of issues, including educational achievement, economic opportunity, environmental protection, addiction recovery, and police-community relationships. Here are the programs currently serving Minnesota communities:

Americorps Leap Initiative

Help preschool children build the social-emotional skills to be active, engaged learners. 
Service Area: Multiple sites in Southern Minnesota

City of Lakes AmeriCorps

Support middle school long-term English learners in developing the academic language skills they need to succeed in school.
Service Area: Minneapolis Public Schools

College Possible

Bridge the opportunity gap. Help low-income high school and college students to access and succeed in higher education.
Service Area: Multiple sites throughout Minnesota

Community technology empowerment project (CTEP)

Teach technology for social change. Help youth and adults use technology to access civic, educational, and economic opportunities.
Service Area: Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

Conservation Corps Minnesota

Help youth hone their leadership skills through natural resource management and renewable energy activities.
Service Area: Multiple sites throughout Minnesota

Minnesota Alliance With Youth Promise Fellows

Keep youth engaged in learning. Provide in- and out-of-school supports to 6th-12th graders at risk of dropping out. 
Service Area: Multiple sites throughout Minnesota

Minnesota GreenCorps

Improve Minnesota's environment while gaining experience and a network for your future career. 
Service Area: Local government and nonprofit organizations statewide

Minnesota Math Corps

Spark an interest in math and STEM. Tutor struggling 4th-8th graders to catch up to grade level in math.
Service Area: Elementary, middle, and junior high school sites throughout Minnesota

Minnesota Opioid Response Corps

Help organizations build capacity and support connections throughout the field of addiction care.
Service Area: Twin Cities Metro Area

Minnesota Opportunity Corps

Help new Americans and low-income adults navigate to stable careers that pay a livable wage.
Service Area: The 9-county metro area (Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington)

Minnesota Reading Corps

Help students become better, more confident readers. Choose to serve in a preschool classroom or one-on-one with K-3rd graders.
Service Area: More than 700 preschool and elementary school sites throughout Minnesota

Total Learning Classroom

Help children in high-need schools reach their potential. Support a classroom teacher and provide targeted tutoring.
Service Area: North Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Saint Cloud 

True North AmeriCorps

Make a real difference in the life of a child. Provide tutoring, mentoring, and after-school activities.
Service Area: Multiple sites in the Duluth and Proctor area

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

Put a roof over their heads. Work with volunteers and low-income families to build and rehab affordable homes.
Service Area: Twin Cities Metro Area

Recovery Corps

Draw from your experience to support youth and adults in sustaining their own recovery from opioid addiction.
Service Area: Twin Cities Metro Area (primarily Hennepin and Ramsey Counties)

Law Enforcement Career Path Academy

Earn your degree and launch your law enforcement career while building positive connections between the Saint Paul Police Department and the community. 
Service Area: Saint Paul and immediately adjacent cities in Twin Cities Metro

For opportunities outside of Minnesota, please visit the national site: