Bringing out the Best of America
UServeUtah manages the Utah AmeriCorps*State program portfolio comprised of programs that target underserved and at-risk populations in the areas of: Economic Opportunity, Education, Environmental Stewardship, Disaster Preparedness, Healthy Futures and Veterans and Military Families.
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Find the opportunity that's right for you.
AmeriCorps offers opportunities with different time commitments and requirements, meaning that you can serve in whatever capacity works for your passion, goals, and lifestyle.
Receive benefits for your service
AmeriCorps programs provide benefits for members, including education awards, housing stipends, living allowances, and supplemental health insurance. Benefits vary by program.
develop a network that lasts a lifetime
When you serve with AmeriCorps, you join a network of more than 1 million strong. AmeriCorps alumni continue to give back to their communities after their service. The connections you make and the network you build while serving with AmeriCorps is unlike any other.
Grow professionally and personally
Learn and grow while making a difference in the lives of others. Individuals who serve with AmeriCorps build new skillsets that they can take with them wherever they go, while giving back to communities across the country.
AmeriCorps Programs in Utah
AmeriCorps Education Initiative of Utah (AEIOU)
AEIOU AmeriCorps members advocate for and support students who are struggling with literacy, attendance, academics, credit recovery, and social/emotional challenges in 75 schools across the state.
Area Agency on Aging - Five County Association of Governments
In this program, AmeriCorps members expand ongoing efforts in the areas of outreach, screening, and education of individuals to improve overall health, welfare, food security and financial well-being of residents in Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane, and Washington Counties.
BYU Family, Home and Social Sciences (FHSS) AmeriCorps Program
The BYU Family, Home and Social Sciences (FHSS) AmeriCorps Program engages members from the BYU FHSS student body to increase the capacity of non-profit mental health and substance abuse treatment facilities in Utah.
Playworks AmeriCorps members serve in 75 low-income, at-risk elementary schools throughout Salt Lake County. These members create positive and inclusive school environments where every kid thrives both inside the classroom and out.
Salt Lake County's Most Vulnerable Populations Program
In this program, AmeriCorps members help the homeless obtain housing, provide assistance to the formerly homeless, and connect them to other mainstream services to increase self-sufficiency. Members also support case management services which are an integral part of supporting Utah's Ten Year Plan of ending chronic homelessness.
Utah Conservation Corps
Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) is a statewide program that partners with federal, state, local, and nonprofit agencies to protect, restore and enhance Utah's environment.
Utah Healthcare Corps
The Utah Healthcare Corps (UHC) currently supports more than 20 members serving as Community Health Workers in over six sites throughout the state. UHC CHW's make a difference in the community by providing vital health education and connections to health and social resources to improve patient lives.
Utah Higher Education AmeriCorps Network (UHEAN)
UHEAN AmeriCorps members are building safer, stronger, healthier, and united communities across the state. They provide support to hundreds of community organizations through direct service and capacity building efforts. The work performed by UHEAN AmeriCorps members increases the ability for organizations to continue providing much-needed services in the areas of education, healthy futures and economic opportunity.
Utah STEM Initiative AmeriCorps Program
Members of the Utah STEM Initiative AmeriCorps Program engage underprivileged youth in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Through tutoring and mentoring activities, students increase their knowledge of the STEM field and experience a shift in attitude, awareness, engagement, behavior and skill.
AmeriCorps members serving with WabiSabi Moab combat poverty through a specialized rural corps dedicated to the needs of Utah’s smaller communities. Operating at sites in Moab, and Green River, AmeriCorps members address affordable housing and literacy.
Welcome Baby is a free community service designed to promote a healthy, secure, and enjoyable beginning for parents, new babies, and their family members. AmeriCorps members in this program recruit and manage volunteers to provide home visits to increase child-development support to 580+ new parents.