AmeriCorps Recruitment

KyCC is Recruiting AmeriCorps Host Sites

Kentucky College Coaches
We are looking for 8-10 public high schools or area technology centers to host an AmeriCorps member. The member serves full-time and works with a group of 60-80 students to help them have a successful high school career and be college or career ready. Cost-share is $8,000.

Kentucky Campus Compact VISTA
VISTA members help build capacity for organizations to address issues of poverty such as education, food insecurity, access to health care, and job training. Eligible organizations include: K-12 schools, colleges, and universities; nonprofit agencies; and governmental offices. Cost-share is $8,000 ($6,000 for KyCC member institutions).

KyCC is Recruiting AmeriCorps Members

Are you looking to jump-start or refocus your career? Do you have a passion for serving your community? Become an AmeriCorps member where you can help your career and be part of the solution to a pressing community problem.

Kentucky Campus Compact has two AmeriCorps programs that are currently recruiting people like you to serve 9-12 months to help improve lives for the people of Kentucky: Kentucky College Coaches and KyCC VISTA.

For more information, email Recruiter {at} kycompact(.)org.

The Kentucky College Coaches mentor high school and college students to have a successful academic career and to be ready for the next phase of life – whether it’s college, military, training, or the job market.

High School Openings:

  • Christian County High School
  • Newport High School
  • Pendleton County High School
  • Union County High School.

College Openings:

  • Madisonville Community College (Muhlenberg Campus)

The Kentucky Campus Compact VISTA program builds capacity for schools, nonprofits, and government agencies. AmeriCorps members in these placements serve “behind the scenes” to write grants, recruit volunteers, set up educational programs, develop systems for food distribution, or other capacity-building activities.

 KyCC VISTA Opportunities:

  • Florence (Organizational systems for Community Pharmacy)
  • Frankfort (Awareness and financial support to reduce Food Insecurity)
  • Greenville (Build systems to ensure educational success of students K-college)
  • Highland Heights (Grant writing)
  • Louisville (Develop partnerships for better access to health care)
  • Louisville (Build systems for vulnerable older adults to access health care)
  • Newport (Systems to coordinate social services in the community)
  • Pikeville (Employment Services)
  • Somerset (Grant Writing and Community Outreach)
  • Whitesburg (Environment/Watershed Protection)