Find out more about serving with AmeriCorps in an education focused program below!
AmeriCorps members receive a modest living allowance and an education award for future or past education expenses. Additional benefits such as supplemental health insurance, loan deferment, and childcare vary by program. Read frequently asked questions about serving in AmeriCorps here and then contact programs you're interested in to learn more!
Scroll down to see all of our amazing education program opportunities! Visit the program's webpage to learn more and sign up.
Alpine Achievers Initiative
Provides math and literacy tutoring both in and out of school in rural Colorado.
Program Manager Contact: Julia Makowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist Year Colorado
Provides student-centered arts education to economically-disadvantaged students.
Program Manager Contact Information: Margo Drakos, email@example.com
City Year Denver
Supports struggling students with in-school academic support and encourages school engagement in Denver Public Schools.
Program Manager Contact Information: Josh Shald, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colorado Early Learning Corps
Help children ages 3-5 build the skills needed to become successful students in the future. Support early literacy and numeracy in small groups or classwide to help all students start off strong. A program of Colorado Youth for a Change.
Program Manager Contact Information: Briana Schlesinger BrianaS@youthforachange.org Learn more about joining Early Learning Corps Here!
Supports families with preschool children to increase school readiness and academic success.
Program Manager Contact Information: Jackie Cordova, email@example.com
Colorado Reading Corps
Help students become better, more confident readers. Choose to serve in a preschool classroom or one-on-one with K-3rd graders.
Program Manager Contact Information: Briana Schlesinger, BrianaS@youthforachange.org
Corps for a Change
Provides support and resources for high school students and their families with a focus on reducing the school dropout rate and increasing the graduation rate. A program of Colorado Youth for a Change.
Program Manager Contact Information: Alayna Shaw, firstname.lastname@example.org
CSU Extension 4-H STEM Initiative
Spark an interest in STEM by providing in and out of school programming for underserved students and at-risk youth.
Program Manager Contact Information: Melinda Macpherson, email@example.com
Helps 4-8th graders who are struggling in math by providing evidence-based support in small groups. A program of Colorado Youth for a Change.
Program Manager Contact Information: Christina Mijares, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rural Alliance for Dignity
Helps to increase access to resources in rural communities by serving at a homeless shelter, food pantries, schools, and more. A program of La Puente Home.
Program Contact Information: TJ Mendez, email@example.com
Empower elementary school students to become stronger readers in the Denver Metro Area.
Program Manager Contact Information: Brett Butler, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supports family well being through coaching on early literacy, providing food, and mentoring children after school. A program of United Way of Southwest Colorado.
Program Manager Contact Information: Al Huckins, email@example.com
YouthPower 365 Peak Pathfinders
Provides wrap-around support, extended learning opportunities, mentoring, and caregiver engagement to 6-12th graders in Eagle County, Colorado.
Program Manager Contact Information: Walter Gilles, firstname.lastname@example.org.