ZIP / Address:

Alternatives, Inc. - PASS

359 Fenwick Rd, Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA 23651

Programs are designed to enhance life skills; health & wellness; workplace readiness & career preparation; participation in the arts through visual art, music, videography, dance & theatre; & expansion of service learning & civic engagement opportunities that build a commitment to service & altruism. 757-838-2330 |

Alternatives, Inc. - PASSL

Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA 23651

Members provide mentoring, implement pro-social skill building instruction & provide academic enrichment activities in Hampton & Newport News. 757-838-2330 |

Arlington Works!

2110 S Washington Ct, Arlington, VA 22204

Partnership btw Arlington Public Schools/REEP, Educación Para Nuestro Futuro & Arlington Employment Center. Members expand/enhance programs & services for foreign born residents. 703-228-4204 |

Aspire! Afterschool Learning - Learning Links

2611 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204

Members reach across three aspects of a child's daily experience: during the school day, after school, and in the community. Partners w 4 local elementary schools & Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing. 703-379-6488 |

Beans and Rice, Inc. - U Serv

246 N Washington Ave, Pulaski, VA 24301

Project activities focus on improving academic outcomes for young children, reducing barriers to economic opportunity, and increasing self sufficiency of economically disadvantaged parents by promoting job preparation/adequate employment. 540-980-4111 |

CARITAS AmeriCorps

1532 High St, Richmond, VA 23220

Members provide essential furniture and household items for adults/families moving from a shelter to permanent housing and provide an intensive job-readiness program to assist men w/ obtaining permanent employment. 804-358-0964 |

Carroll County Public Schools - LIFT UP AmeriCorps

605-9 Pine Street, Hillsville, VA 24343

Tutors of reading and math are placed in 9 schools in Carroll County and 5 schools in Floyd County serving grades K-12. 276-728-9247 |

CASA's Citizenship Virginia AmeriCorps

1455 Old Bridge Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192

CASA's mission is to create a more just society by building power & improving the quality of life in low-income immigrant communities. 240-678-3956 |

City of Richmond - ACES

701 S 25th St., Richmond, VA 23223

ACES assists students with college and career planning in Richmond's five comprehensive high schools. ACES recruits year round. Please contact us regarding opportunities to serve as an AmeriCorps member and "Get Things Done!" 804-646-6612 |

Institute for Advanced Learning & Research

150 Slayton Ave, Danville, VA 24540

Supports interest in improving STEM outcomes for region's citizens, primarily focusing on K-12 students, job seekers & incumbent workers in Halifax Co, Pittsylvania Co, Henry Co, Patrick Co, & cities of Martinsville & Danville. 434-766-6711 |

Literacy Lab - Virginia Reading Corps

623 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC

AmeriCorps members leverage volunteers to serve in Alexandria Head Start prekindergarten classes and provide literacy interventions to pre-kindergarten students that result in students being verified as ready for kindergarten and on-track to become proficient readers by Grade 3. 202-624-3047 |

New River Community Action

1093 E Main St, Radford, VA 24141

New River Community Action members complete service projects in: Head Start; Montgomery Co Emergency Assistance Program; Homeless Prevention Program; Children’s Health Improvement Partnership; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance; & To Our House. 540-633-5133 |

Occupational Enterprises Inc.

P.O. Box 729, Lebanon, VA 24266

Provides services to nonprofits, local departments of social services & community action agencies to promote self-sufficiency for low-income families; address re-entry, recovery & re-unification in families; increase/improve access to quality services/support; & mobilize volunteers. 276-889-0290 |

Rappahannock Goodwill - Goodskills Literacy Corps

4701 Market St, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Members build the literacy, numeracy and basic computing skills of adults in the Fredericksburg region. 540-371-3070 |

The Advancement Foundation

301 S Pollard St, Vinton, VA 24179

Members provide micro-enterprise technical assistance/training, teach ESOL, implement mentoring program; teach relationship building to at-risk girls, work w/ adults w/ special needs, provide interpretation for Spanish-speaking Head Start parents & assist w/ free tax prep. 540-345-1292 |

UVA - Virginia College Advising Corps

P. O. Box 400889, Charlottesville, VA 22904

Recent graduates are placed in public VA high schools to assist students w college admission, financial aid & scholarship applications. Guides spend 40 hours/week mentoring students & creating educational programming to students & their families in underserved areas. 434-982-3993 |

VCU AmeriCorps and America Reads

817 S Cathedral Pl, Richmond, VA 23284, United States

VCU partners w colleges/universities, community-based organizations & local businesses who have committed themselves to helping improve literacy in Richmond communities characterized by high unemployment & low school achievement & graduation rates. 804-828-8850 |

Virginia State Parks - DCR

2001 Daniel K Ludwig Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191

Virginia Service and Conservation Corps members will serve at parks throughout the Commonwealth from April through August to work on projects like trail building, volunteer recruitment, and interpretive programming. 804-887-8932 |

Virginia Veterans Corps

900 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219

Veterans Corps operates throughout Virginia with members serving as Navigators -- veterans that will assist other veterans and their families in navigating the resources and services that are available, but in many cases not known or out of reach for veterans and their families. 757-508-2408 |

VT Engage AmeriCorps Network

North End Center, Suite 4200, 300 Turner St NW, Blacksburg, VA

Members are placed in community-based organizations working with early childhood literacy. 540-231-7935 |