Help strengthen communities through a year of service with Habitat AmeriCorps.
Join our team as an AmeriCorps member in Baltimore!
Looking for a hands-on experience that will provide opportunities to learn and develop new skills and confidence while serving a critical role in affordable housing in the Baltimore region? AmeriCorps gives individuals an opportunity to serve in full-time, stipendiary positions with Habitat for Humanity to help meet the housing needs of communities and low-income families throughout the U.S.
- Monthly stipend
- Strengthened leadership skills
- Increased knowledge of service and engagement
- Further develops project management abilities through service
- Provides an opportunity to learn and develop new skills and confidence
HFHI AmeriCorps Member
Program Description: AmeriCorps is a federal agency that engages 250,000 Americans each year in sustained, results-driven service to communities across the country. AmeriCorps works with local and national partners to tap the power of the American people to tackle our country’s most pressing issues.
Applications are currently closed. Thank you for your interest!
Program Description: HabiCorps Workforce Development Program is an AmeriCorps program that offers meaningful, hands-on training in construction trades to individuals facing significant employment barriers. As AmeriCorps members, HabiCorps Trainees work in small teams led by skilled instructors on projects ranging from new construction to complete gut rehabilitation. As a result, HabiCorps team members gain a wide range of experience in demolition, deconstruction, framing, carpentry and more.
Applications are currently closed & will reopen in June 2023.
AmeriCorps, a federal agency, brings people together to tackle the country’s most pressing challenges, through national service and volunteering. AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve with organizations dedicated to the improvement of communities. AmeriCorps helps make service to others a cornerstone of our national culture. Learn more at AmeriCorps.gov.