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Maine Service Fellows

Contact Information

19 Elkins Ln Room 105
Augusta, ME 04333

(207) 624-7792

Focus Areas

  • Aging
  • Arts & Culture
  • Community & Nonprofit Development
  • Disaster
  • Economic Security
  • Environment
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Homelessness & Housing
  • Public Safety

The mission of the Maine Service Fellows program is to

Provide rural, underserved communities with a resource to address critical needs;
Increase the opportunities for recent college graduates to devote a year of service to communities and use their skills to make a difference;
Attract and retain people with a passion for public service, especially in rural areas; and
Strengthen civic engagement and community resilience by involving community residents as well as Service Fellows in volunteer-based solutions.
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  • About Us
    Service Fellows devote between one and two years to helping a community address a challenge. They are recent college graduates who opt to apply their skills and knowledge to a service assignment. During service, they receive a stipend, health insurance, training, and other supports that help them focus on the community work plan.
  • Our Impact
    Maine Service Fellows is a program of Volunteer Maine, the state service commission, and not part of the AmeriCorps national service network. The Commission works with qualifying communities to recruit and place individual Service Fellows.