AmeriCorps is a national service program that provides thousands of Americans of all ages and backgrounds an opportunity to meet critical community needs. At Habitat Metro Denver, AmeriCorps members play an essential role in transforming the lives of the families and individuals we serve. Members are selected from the across the nation to serve 10.5- to 12-month terms of service.
In exchange for their service, AmeriCorps members receive a monthly living stipend of approximately $15,850. Upon successfully completing their service, members receive a $6,195 Segal Education Award.
Additional benefits include:
✓ health care benefits;
✓ enrollment in an Employee Assistance Plan;
✓ personal and medical leave;
✓ possible forbearance or deferment of qualified student loans;
✓ childcare benefits for qualifying individuals; and
✓ workers’ compensation insurance.
We also provide subsidized housing and housing assistance for all members.
All positions for the 2020-2021 service year are full. Check back in early 2021 for 2021-2022 positions, or contact Nicole.
The Habitat Metro Denver AmeriCorps Experience
At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver provides endless potential for adventure and exploration, with all the perks of a major metropolitan city. Due, in part, to those opportunities, the metro Denver area has become the most expensive non-coastal city in the country. This has created an enormous need for affordable housing. You have the power to help by serving with Habitat Metro Denver.
- quick access to outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, biking and camping
- excellent bike paths
- affordable eateries
- craft breweries
- sports events
- music venues
At the end of each day, you can rest and relax in the subsidized housing we provide our AmeriCorps members. Each unit has private bedrooms, a full kitchen, outdoor space, and designated parking.
This is your chance to join a community that has a lot to offer, grow as an individual and member of a team and, most importantly, help hardworking families have decent, affordable places to call home.
National members serve in direct service positions—meaning they engage directly with volunteers, partner families and community members. We are recruiting members for the following National positions:
- Construction Crew Leader*
- Construction crew leaders are paired with supervisors in either our New Construction, Home Repair or Production Shop programs.
- Family Services Coordinator
Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) members serve in indirect service activities—meaning they engage indirectly with stakeholders by supporting systems, programs and procedures. We are recruiting members for the following VISTA position:
- Family Services Development