The Virginia State Service Commission is pleased to partner with the following AmeriCorps programs during 2017-18 to GET THINGS DONE IN VIRGINIA!

ZIP / Address:

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

Members provide afterschool and summer academic enrichment services & parent/adult outreach services including work preparation, adult education, and financial literacy. 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 assist at-risk students in reading &/or math in Pre-K through 12th grade in 9 schools in Carroll County and in 5 schools in Floyd County. 276-728-9247 |

CASA's Citizenship Virginia AmeriCorps

1455 Old Bridge Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192

Members deliver a program of comprehensive citizenship support, financial literacy education, connection to health/social services, and youth leadership development in Northern Virginia. 240-678-3956 |

City of Richmond - Richmond AmeriCorps Healthy Futures Project

900 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23219

The City of Richmond & several partners will utilize a coalition approach to expand opioid abuse and heroin use prevention and recovery services to help address the intensifying opioid crisis targeting Richmond.

Institute for Advanced Learning & Research

150 Slayton Ave, Danville, VA 24540

Members support improving STEM outcomes primarily focusing on K-12 students, job seekers & incumbent workers in Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry & Patrick counties, & cities of Martinsville & Danville. 434-766-6711 |

Literacy Lab - Virginia Reading Corps

623 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC

Members trained & coached by literacy experts serve as full-time literacy tutors in Alexandria and Richmond area, significantly adding to the instructional capacity of early childhood centers & elementary schools in high-need areas. 202-624-3047 |

Rappahannock Goodwill - Goodskills Literacy Corps

4701 Market St, Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Members will build literacy, numeracy, and basic computing skills for youth & adults across the state. 540-371-3070 |

UVA - Virginia College Advising Corps

P. O. Box 400889, Charlottesville, VA 22904

Members provide near peer College Advising to low-income, underrepresented, and first generation students in 28 high schools across the state. 434-982-3993 |

Virginia Department of Education

101 N 14th St, Richmond, VA 23219

A committee will develop a recommended method & identify ways to support technical assistance for implementation in future years to support healthy/fresh food options for students. 804-225-2074 |

Virginia State Parks - DCR

600 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, United States

This program mobilizes young Americans & veterans to protect at-risk ecosystems and improve natural resources in Virginia State Parks & on Natural Heritage sites. 804-887-8932 |