Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family



AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Below is a list of organizations in Arizona with AmeriCorps programs.

Contact the organizations directly to learn about the AmeriCorps positions currently available.


Central AZ

Area Agency on Aging, Region One, Phoenix

Members, age 55+, provide health promotion, education, and increase literacy, social support to victims of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

ASU School of Social Work, Phoenix

Members implement the Safety Decision Aid to enhance safety planning for survivors of domestic violence. 

ASU Teacher’s College, Tempe

Members decrease the student to teacher ratio and utilize service-learning methodologies to combat low achievement and improve student engagement.

Avondale Education & Community Engagement Initiative, Avondale

VISTA Members support the volunteer needs of non-profit organizations that serve the low-income community.

Department of Economic Security: Arizona Refugee Resettlement Program, Phoenix

Through the Project, AmeriCorps VISTA members collaborate with partner agencies to develop capacity building programs to support refugee resettlement in the areas of employment and case management, health care and healt

Experience Matters, Phoenix

Members serve in Title 1 schools to support early elementary tutoring/mentoring programs and to support high school mentoring programs to create, maintain and implement ECAPs.

HandsOn Greater Phoenix, Phoenix

AmeriCorps Vista members build the capacity of organizations established to alleviate poverty by developing sustainable programs in fundraising, volunteer coordination, and project management.

Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix

Members serve in the Providing Access to Court Services (PACS) program, to provide assistance with gaining access to justice for victims of domestic violence and unrepresented litigants.

Mesa United Way, Mesa

AmeriCorps State and AmeriCorps VISTA members provide direct and indirect services that address needs of individuals and families, including (but not limited to): foster children, the homeless, at-risk seniors, househol

Northern AZ

American Conservation Experience, Flagstaff

Members serve in environmental projects in national parks, national forests and wilderness areas in Arizona while learning conservation and leadership roles.

Arizona Conservation Corps (ACC), Flagstaff

ACC is a youth development, conservation corps program designed to reduce the risk of wildfire, conserve water resources, enhance/reduce the impact of recreation on public lands, restore riparian habitat and protect wil

Northern Arizona University (NAU), Flagstaff

AmeriCorps State and National members provide financial education, job placement services, postsecondary preparation, and engage youth in civic learning.

Southern AZ

City of Yuma, Yuma

The AmeriCorps VISTA members work with City staff and community stakeholders to help build project capacity and to support each project objective.

Northern Arizona University (NAU), Tucson

Senior Corps RSVP volunteers tutor students with special or exceptional needs.

Pima Community College, Tucson

Members serve as one-on-one and small group student coaches that will contribute to improved educational outcomes for economically disadvantaged individuals in English language and Adult Basic Education preparation clas

Pima Prevention Partnership, Tucson

Members work with vulnerable, disenfranchised youth to improve their: social and emotional competence; reduce their individual and peer association risk for substance use, academic failure, teen pregnancy/STD infections

STEMM- Student Thinking Enrichment through Mathematics Mentors Program

AmeriCorps members will stand in the gap, supporting students that would traditionally be unsuccessful at mathematics, mentoring them to succeed while helping them develop a
positive math identity and growth mindset.

Western Arizona Community Alliance, Yuma

Full-time, year-round employment is a sustainable way to fight poverty which is why WACOG’s AmeriCorps VISTA members focus on building a partnership with Yuma County’s workforce development agency (YPIC).


Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, Statewide

The Alliance VISTA Program supports projects in each of the following National Priority Areas: Economic Opportunity, Healthy Futures, Education and Veterans & Military Families.

Arizona Supreme Court- AmeriCorps Probation Support Services (APSS)

AmeriCorps Program Members will support evidence-based programs that reduce recidivism for adults serving probation across the state of Arizona.

Association of Arizona Food Banks

Association of Arizona Food Banks

Prescott College Arizona Serve, Prescott

The AmeriCorps State and AmeriCorps VISTA members with Arizona Serve do groundbreaking and influential work.

The Nature Conservancy, Tucson

Members address environmental stewardship issues.

University of Arizona: UA Wildcat Corps, Tucson

Members will lead programs that will reduce youth risk behaviors and increase protective factors, as well reduce childhood obesity, increase high school graduation rates, and improve science literacy skills.