The RARE AmeriCorps program is currently seeking to partner with organizations that have identified specific needs in underserved rural areas. Eligible organizations include cities, counties, regional governments, special districts and non-profits.
To host a RARE member, each participating community or agency must provide a $22,000 match towards the placement, training and support for the full-time RARE member, who lives in and
serves the community for 11 months. RARE AmeriCorps Program staff will administer the member's monthly stipend, medical insurance, and post-service educational award. To apply, communities must submit a pre-application to the program by 5:00 p.m. on April 17th.
For more information about the RARE AmeriCorps Program, click here.
Contact: Titus Tomlinson, RARE AmeriCorps Program Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
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