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Episcopal Service Corps

Contact Information

815 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10017

(347) 880-6512

Focus Areas

  • Community & Nonprofit Development
  • Disability
  • Economic Security
  • Education & Youth
  • Environment
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Homelessness & Housing

Through Episcopal Service Corps, young leaders 21-32 join a movement focused on transforming our world through leadership, community building, and personal and spiritual growth.

  • About Us
    An ESC Year is not just another internship. Through placements like those listed above, our Corps members can apply their passion, talent, and creativity in meaningful placements dedicated to building a just society while also honing their professional skills to prepare for whatever is next.

    Community Building
    Young adults serving through ESC come from all over the world and all walks of life. What they have in common is their commitment to making a difference. For ESC, living together in intentional community means that Corps members commit to a year of growing, laughing, crying, playing, and supporting one another whether doing the dishes, in weekly house meetings, or on retreat.

    Personal Growth
    Throughout the year, every Corps member is surrounded by mentors and leaders dedicated to providing opportunities for Corps members to dig deep into issues that matter to them. In addition, joining ESC means that we take care of basic living expenses so our Corps can focus on transformation. Every ESC Corps member receives housing and utilities, insurance coverage, as well as stipends for food, living expenses, and transportation.

    ESC accepts applications on a rolling basis with first offers being issues on the First Friday in February (#FirstOfferFriday) so submit your application before positions fill up!
  • Our Impact
    ESC programs are marked by young adults serving others in solidarity, promoting justice in community, and deepening spiritual awareness, vocational discernment, and professional development, while living in intentional community.

Positions at Episcopal Service Corps