Make giving back your second act
Who can serve?
How can I serve?
When you join AmeriCorps Seniors, you choose how you want to give back. Help a struggling child to learn to read. Deliver groceries to an elderly neighbor. Support a family impacted by natural disaster. These are just a few of the service opportunities available to you through AmeriCorps Seniors.
Ready to serve?
Find the program that's right for you
Classroom Grandparent Program
Mentor and guide students to higher academic achievement in classrooms and after school programs. The Classroom Grandparent Program connects role models like you with students with exceptional needs. Serve 10 hours per week.
The Classroom Grandparent Program is available in Carbon, Emery, Grand, Rich, San Juan, Summit, Tooele, and Wasatch counties.
Senior Companion Program
Serve as a friend and companion by providing assistance and friendship to seniors who have difficulty with daily living tasks. The program aims to keep seniors independent longer, and provide respite to family caregivers. Serve 8 hours per week with a flexible schedule.
The Senior Companion Program is available in Box Elder, Cache, Carbon, Emery, Grand, Juab, Millard, Piute, Rich, San Juan, Sanpete, Sevier, Summit, Tooele, and Wayne counties.
Get to know AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serving in Utah
Art works hard to serve his clients and bring joy back into the lives of fellow seniors. He has proven that he is ready for anything, as one day he saved a life while serving!
Pam has been a volunteer with the Weber/Morgan RSVP program for the past 16 years, and has volunteered at the Ogden Nature Center for over two decades!
Ed & Vicki are a dynamic volunteer duo! The two of them have served over 12,000 hours in the Cedar City area.
D Anne has a heart of gold and shows a genuine care and concern for those that she comes in contact with, whether this is one of her contacts through the Telephone Reassurance program or just those around her.