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Serve Washington

PO Box 43113, Olympia, WA, US

servewa@ofm.wa.gov

Did you know that every year thousands of AmeriCorps members invest their time, talent, and passion to give back and make measurable differences in our communities? Organizations are utilizing service as a strategy to meet local, unmet needs and are looking for dedicated, committed individuals like YOU to do this. Serving an AmeriCorps term can earn you up to $5,920 for education, and for many AmeriCorps is a pathway to employment to gain real, hands-on job experience that helps build a resume. Join AmeriCorps today to Be The Greater Good

Serve In Washington State!

Do you want to serve in a bustling city with an artsy vibe? Or maybe you want to serve somewhere with gorgeous views of mountains or a temperate rainforest. Do you like to be near the ocean, Puget Sound, or other water? Are rolling hills more your style? Washington has it all! 

Are you drawn to specific service areas? Interested in a nationally recognized environmental conservation program? Do you want to tackle tough issues like homelessness? Do you have a passion to help students succeed from kindergarten through college preparation? Washington has it all!

Whatever your motivation for service, Washington state is the perfect place to Be The Greater Good!  

Who is Serve Washington?

Serve Washington advances national service, volunteerism, and civic engagement to improve lives; expands opportunity to meet the local critical needs of residents of Washington; and strengthens community capacity while creating healthy and resilient communities. We do this through administration of planning grants; a Volunteer Generation Fund grant; and, of course, AmeriCorps State grants. Nearly 1,400 AmeriCorps members serve in Washington through 16 AmeriCorps programs. Serve WA oversees the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of AmeriCorps programing to help create a foundation for caring communities and a thriving Washington. 

Ready to Get Things Done in Washington?