Community Corps Members

Play a vital role in tackling our communities’ most pressing challenges as an AmeriCorps Community Corps member with Marshfield Clinic Health System! Serve hand-in-hand with people at organizations working to improve health such as a non-profit, clinic, hospital, coalition, public health department, governmental agency or youth-serving organization. As a member, you may coordinate community outreach and engagement; deliver health education and training; complete research, data collection, analysis, and assessments; provide system navigation, referrals, and links to care.

   

“This opportunity is a true blessing! It truly makes me feel joyous and grateful for what I GET to do while making a big difference!”

- Stephanie M.


"My favorite part of being an AmeriCorps member is the opportunity to learn about what the community needs, and then working with other agencies and individuals to move towards addressing those needs."

- Nikki S.

  

   

"I always felt like I could never make a difference. Now being an AmeriCorps member, I know of the resources and am in a position that allows me to help to my community."

- Whitney A.

 

Time Frame

Community Corps members can serve half-time, three-quarter-time, or full-time for up to four years of service. The service term runs from mid-September through the following August. The next AmeriCorps service term is September 9, 2024 – August 31, 2025.

 

Benefits

  • Explore health-related workplaces and learn new skills; ideal gap-year or paid internship experience
  • Make a lasting positive impact by supporting community health work
  • Receive ongoing professional skills training throughout the year to build your resume
  • Earn a bi-weekly allowance
  • No-cost health, vision and dental insurance (full-time members only)
  • Low- to no-cost child care assistance
  • Receive an educational award upon service completion (value ranges from $3,697 - $7,395)
Requirements
  • Must be at least 17 years old with high school diploma (or equivalent) at time of start
  • Must live in or be willing to relocate to Wisconsin

For More Information:

Contact Community Corps Program Coordinator, Shelly Kaiser
[email protected] or 715-221-8406