Hands On Nashville is now recruiting for 2019-2020!
AmeriCorps is a way for Americans of all ages and backgrounds to dedicate their time and skills to get things done. So, how does AmeriCorps get things done? Approximately 75,000 Americans across the country join AmeriCorps programs each year and all of them are tackling different problems in different ways. Learn more about AmeriCorps here.
The Hands On Nashville AmeriCorps Program engages civic-minded individuals in yearlong terms of public service. AmeriCorps members are part of a 17-person cohort that receives skills training, professional development, and networking opportunities through a partnership between HON and participating AmeriCorps Program agencies.
HON AmeriCorps Partner Agencies and Available Roles
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- Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Environmental Education Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Streams Restoration Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Urban Forestry Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Community Partner Engagement Leader Learn more | Apply
- Technology Solutions Leader Learn more | Apply
- Volunteer Outreach Leader Learn more | Apply
- Volunteer Program Development Leader Learn more | Apply
- Volunteer Project Leader Learn more | Apply
- Citizen Science and Volunteer Restoration Project Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Outreach, Education and Community Engagement Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator Learn more | Apply
- Garden Programming and Partnerships Coordinator Learn more | Apply
The HON AmeriCorps Program is made possible through generous support from Volunteer Tennessee and The Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund. AmeriCorps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency for volunteering, service, and civic engagement. CNCS engages millions of Americans in citizen service through its AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programs and leads the nation's volunteer and service efforts. For more information, visit NationalService.gov.