ServeWyoming AmeriCorps Programs

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Wyoming

    P.O. BOX 1757
    1313 Big Horn Ave.
    Worland, WY 82401
    1-800-294-9700
    Chief Executive Officer: Nikki Schleich
    Counties: Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park, Washakie, Fremont
    www.bbbsnwwy.com
    Will recruit 4 HT, 6 QT, and 9 MT AmeriCorps members
    Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-on-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ vision is that all children achieve success in life. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Wyoming AmeriCorps State Members will mentor disadvantaged youth, Kindergarten through 5th grade and be responsible having their mentee (Little Brother/Sister) show improvement in their academic engagement.
  • Central Wyoming College

    2660 Peck Ave
    Riverton WY 82501 - 2215
    307-855-2029Dean of Students: Steve Barlow

    Counties: Fremont

    https://www.cwc.edu/

    Planning Grant
    Central Wyoming College (CWC) was awarded a planning grant to begin development of the curriculum and community partnerships for a Service Learning program that will serve as a community outreach program to build resiliency in both students and community.
  • Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters

    1010 South 6th St.
    Laramie, WY 82070
    307-742-2227
    Executive Director: Steve Hamaker
    Program Director: Cindy Stoffers
    Counties: Albany
    http://www.wyobbbs.org/
    Will recruit 28 Minimum-Time members
    Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-on-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ vision is that all children achieve success in life. AmeriCorps members will provide academic remediation and enrichment and site based mentoring to academically non-proficient youth in Albany County. AmeriCorps members will be responsible for improving K-8 academic engagement.
  • Teton Science School

    700 Coyote Canyon Rd.
    Jackson, WY 83001
    307-733-1313
    Executive Director: Chris Agnew
    AC Program Director: Emily Hager 307-734-3782
    County: Teton
    www.tetonscience.org
    Will recruit 5 HT, 10 RHT & 31 QT members
    Teton Science Schools (TSS) will have AmeriCorps members who will use existing skills and those developed by TSS Field Education Programming, to build increased capacity within Teton County nonprofit and governmental organizations that provide out-of-school educational services in STEM literacy and 21st century learning skills to local and visiting youth, adults, and families. AmeriCorps members will be responsible for increasing the effectiveness of local nonprofit and governmental organizations through the development and implementation of projects and trainings that build organizational capacity to develop STEM literacy and 21st century learning skills within the context of out-of-school programming; members will also be responsible for developing trainings that extend learning in STEM curriculum, teaching resources and systems to staff and/or volunteers at service sites, and leveraging volunteers.
  • University of Wyoming – Wyoming Conservation Corps

    Dept. 3394, 1000 E. University Ave.
    Laramie, WY 82071-2000
    307-766-3048
    Director: Patrick Harrington
    Based in Albany County with statewide projects
    http://wyoconservationcorps.org/ http://www.uwyo.edu/reslife-dining/wcc/
    Will recruit 10 Quarter-Time & 30 Minimum-Time members
    The mission of the Wyoming Conservation Corps (WCC) is to connect young adults in Wyoming to a diverse array of hands-on natural resource and environmental management experiences, and to promote leadership, through the completion of service projects that benefit lands in Wyoming. WCC have AmeriCorps members who will perform work in all parts of Wyoming, which includes trail work, chainsaw projects, wildlife friendly fencing, historic preservation, habitat restoration and recreation projects. AmeriCorps members will be responsible for constructing or maintaining trail as well of other positive environmental stewardship outcomes, in addition to leveraging volunteers.
  • Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence Sexual Assault (WCADVSA)

    710 Garfield St. #218
    POB 236
    307-755-5481
    Laramie, WY 82073
    AmeriCorps Program Director: Trish Worley
    Statewide
    www.wyomingdvsa.org/
    Will recruit 8 Full-Time & 2 Half-Time members
    The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault will have twelve AmeriCorps members who will provide advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with a focus on financial literacy education, access to community resources, and safety planning strategies at local domestic violence and sexual assault programs in Wyoming. AmeriCorps members will be responsible for increasing local domestic violence and sexual assault program capacity to provide financial literacy services and improve victim's financial knowledge so they can gain the financial independence to sustain a life free from violence.