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The Sycamore Service Corps program is designed as a service-learning experience for our members. Participation in the program involves various reflective activities, training, discussion, and other professional development opportunities. The combination of service and guided reflection will help members become more aware of the issues facing the world, continue to be more actively involved in the community, and become more socially responsible citizens. While members become more aware and committed to civic involvement, they also assist the organization to meet its goals and mission.


  • US Citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • 18 years of age
  • Applicants do NOT have to be students

What do AmeriCorps Members Do

Members work on community needs in education, health and human services, public safety, family self-sufficiency and stability, and community and economic development.

For example:

  • Tutor and mentor teens and elementary school students
  • Teach CPR and disaster education workshops
  • Assist families in locating parenting and child care resources
  • Provide music, art, exercise, or pet therapy service to individuals or groups
  • Lead youth programs and activities
  • Serve as an organic garden assistant
  • Help unemployed or underemployed adults with job skills

How to Apply

Only 300 hour positions available.

Download and complete our application to begin the process. Please send your completed application to:
Center for Community Engagement
Attention: AmeriCorps

Where do AmeriCorps Members Serve

Sycamore Service Corps has 300 hour positions remaining to fill. Our 450 and 675 hour positions have been filled.

Cohort Dates

All members are placed in a cohort based on their start date. Please see the Cohort System document for start dates, living stipends, and educational awards.