|Organization Name||Organization Description||Program Focus||Counties Served||Contact Information|
|AMIkids, Inc.||AmeriCorps members will be responsible for hosting monthly job clubs, one on one mentorship, and group mentoring (Career readiness mentoring curriculum provided). They will also assist the Career Coordinators (CC) on preparing monthly service learning activities. Team leaders will work closely with CC to ensure Career readiness and job placement efforts are made.||Economic Opportunity||Statewide||Rebecca Corrigan
5915 Benjamin Center Dr.
Tampa, FL 33634
|Big Brother Big Sisters of St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee Counties||AmeriCorps members provide reading tutoring services to students in grades K-3 in St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee Counties. Members also participate in community events to promote, encourage, and support family and adult literacy. The goal of the program is to increase reading skills of students through individual and small group reading tutoring.||Education||Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeechobee||Jenna Taylor
403 North US1
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
772-466-8535 ext 212
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami||The AmeriCorps member will serve as Out of School Time mentors at the Carnival Center for Excellence (Center) where we currently offer tutoring, technological training, and life skills as well as digital literacy and career readiness programs for our mentees (Littles), their families, and the greater Miami community. AC members will provide group mentoring in our Out of School Time program to 150 youth in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade who are not currently matched with a mentor.||Education||Miami Dade||Mabel Colon
Carnival Center of Excellence
550 NW 42nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33126
|Boys and Girls Club of Martin County||The Boys and Girls Clubs of Martin County AmeriCorps members will implement the research-based program Check and Connect in the county’s five middle schools: Stuart Middle, Hidden Oaks Middle, Murry Middle, Indiantown Middle, and Dr. David L. Andersen Middle. At the end of the first program year, the AmeriCorps members will be responsible for serving 750 students to increase academic engagement (behaviors) through improved attendance and a decrease in referrals. In addition, the AmeriCorps members will leverage 50 volunteers who will be engaged in mentoring middle school students.||Education||Martin||Omar Ferriera
11500 SE Lares Ave.
Hobe Sound, FL 33455
|Boys and Girls Club of North Central Florida||The Boys & Girls Club STEM Program AmeriCorps members will assist low income students with STEM project based learning activities at four Taylor County club sites. At the end of the first program year, AmeriCorps members will be responsible for assisting 150 disadvantaged students with STEM projects that will introduce students to hands-on STEM concepts and will result in increased scores in math and science. This program will focus on the CNCS focus area of education, improving student academic performance in science, technology, engineering, and math.||Education||Taylor||Meridith Anderson
918 N. Washington St.
Perry, FL 32347
|Boys and Girls Club of Palm Beach County||The Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County AmeriCorps members will provide out-of-school education support and service-learning activities to 170 high school age youth at 7 clubs across Palm Beach County, Florida. At the end of the first program year, the AmeriCorps members will be responsible for ensuring on-time grade progression, increasing youth developmental assets, preparing high school age youth for post-secondary education, and enrolling high school seniors in college. The AmeriCorps members will leverage 70 volunteers who will be engaged in tutoring, mentoring, and other service-learning activities.||Education||Palm Beach||Maria Jimenez
800 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 204
West Palm Beach, FL 33407-1946
561-683-3278 ext 1124
|Branches, Inc.||The AmeriCorps Branches program provides after school tutoring and mentoring to K-12 at risk youth throughout Miami-Dade. AmeriCorps members increase the reading and literacy skills of students through after school and summer programming.||Education||Miami-Dade||Denise Athis
11500 NW 12th Ave.
Miami, FL 33168
305-442-8306 ext 2007
|Breakthrough Miami, Inc.||Breakthrough Miami AmeriCorps members will provide academic, social and life skills mentoring for 5th to 9th grade under-resourced students at independent school sites in Miami-Dade County. Members will increase academic improvement of students served..||Education||Miami Dade||Liz Augustin
3250 SW 3rd Ave, 6th Floor
Miami, FL 33129
|Broward College||Broward College has 50 part-time AmeriCorps members who provide peer mentoring and tutoring to underrepresented and first-generation college students. Their mentoring works to develop student competencies around study skills, FAFSA and scholarship applications, and adaptation to college life.||Education||Broward||Esmeralda Sweeney
111 E Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301-2206
|Catholic Volunteers in Florida||AmeriCorps members with Catholic Volunteers provide career readiness and student success coaching in Miami and Wimauma to improve economic opportunities for families in low-income communities, in partnership with the FIU Education Effect.||Economic Opportunity||Miami Dade, Hillsborough||Valarie Amica
PO Box 536476
Orlando, FL 32853-6476
|Centro Campesino||AmeriCorps members provide after-school tutoring at community centers in Florida City. Members also serve as counselors at summer camp programs and assist in the development of parent training programs.||Education||Miami Dade||Barbara Cesar
35801 SW 186 Ave
PO Box 343449
Florida City, FL 33034
305-245-7738 ext 237
|City of Orlando||AmeriCorps OPASS represents Florida’s Governor/Mayor Initiative, one of just eight state-city partnerships originally funded by the Corporation for National & Community Service. Members will provide in-school and after-school tutoring, mentoring, and wrap-around support services in Orlando’s community centers and public schools. As a result, students will demonstrated improved academic performance.||Education||Orange||Justine Jordan
400 S. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801-3317
|City of Orlando||Operation AmeriCorps members will provide academic and career services to high school juniors and seniors in five Orlando neighborhoods. Members will ensure that every high school senior has a career or educational opportunity upon high school graduation.||Education||Orange||Tiffany Galilayo
400 S. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801-3317
|City Year Jacksonville||City Year is a nationally recognized program that engages youth ages 17-24 in a year of service. AmeriCorps members who will provide academic services that support students in staying in school and on track to graduation. The AmeriCorps members will be responsible for providing in-class and school climate support to students and targeted tutoring and mentoring to students that improves drop out risk indicators in attendance, behavior, English, and/or math.||Education||Duval||James Ellout
6 East Bay Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
|City Year Miami||City Year is a nationally recognized program that engages youth ages 17-24 in a year of service. The City Year model includes placing AmeriCorps members in low performing schools to keep students in school and on track. Corps members support students by focusing on attendance, behavior, and course performance through in-class tutoring, mentoring, and after school programs.||Education||Miami-Dade||Giuseppe Castaldi
44 W Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33130
|City Year Orlando||City Year is a nationally recognized program that engages youth ages 17-24 in a year of service. The City Year model includes placing AmeriCorps members in low performing schools to keep students in school and on track. Corps members support students by focusing on attendance, behavior, and course performance through in-class tutoring, mentoring, and after school programs||Education||Orange||Ashley Zenzel
201 S. Orange Ave, Suite 600
Orlando, FL 32801
|Communities in Schools Miami-Dade||AmeriCorps members will serve as individual reading tutors for struggling students in grades K-5 at seven area elementary schools in Miami-Dade counties. AmeriCorps members also provide after school and summer camp activities at three inner-city community centers and public parks during the summer. The goal of the program is to increase the reading skills of identified low-achieving students.||Education||Miami-Dade||Eve McKinsey
11965 SW 142nd Terrace #102
Miami FL 33186
305-252-5444 ext 304
|Communities In Schools of Jacksonville||AmeriCorps members provide reading tutoring services to students in grades K-12. Members also participate in community events to promote, encourage, and support family and adult literacy. The goal of the program is to increase reading skills of students through individual and small group reading tutoring.||Education||Duval||Carolyn Lynn
6261 Dupont Station Court E.
Jacksonville, FL 32217
|Episcopal Children's Services||AmeriCorps members with Episcopal Children Services provide whole-class, small group, and individual language and literacy activities in head start programs throughout Lake and Marian Counties. Members are responsible for helping students achieve school readiness in social-emotional learning, language, and mathematics.||Education||Marion, Lake||Martha Cox
8442 Baymeadows Rd, Suite 1
Jacksonville, FL 32256
|Firewall Centers, Inc.||AmeriCorps Members will provide services to economically disadvantaged students that improve their academic success and increase their readiness for college and/or career in 6 Broward County public schools. The program provides tutoring, mentoring, and attendance/behavior coaching afterschool to middle and high school students.||Education||Broward||Bobby Cherveny
13451 SW 7th Place
Davie, FL 33325
|Florida Department of Environmental Protection||The Florida Conservation Corps has 65 full-time AmeriCorps members who commit their service terms to exotic plant management and trail assessment in Florida State Parks, as well as serving as an AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team. The AmeriCorps members are responsible for treating 1,200 infested acres of invasive exotic plants, reclassifying 750 of those acres to maintenance condition, and assessing and improving 250 miles of recreational use trails for user accessibility and environmental safety. In addition, the AmeriCorps members will leverage an additional 900 volunteers who will be engaged in invasive exotic plant management, trail improvement, and disaster mitigation.||Environmental Stewardship||Statewide||Adriana Betancourt
Buereau of Operational Services
4801 Camp Ranch Rd.
Gainesville, FL 32641
|Florida State University||The Center for Leadership and Social Change at Florida State University has 48 part-time AmeriCorps members who mentor students in the Leon County School District. The members will support elementary school students in the development of their social and emotional skills. They will also serve pre-K students, building skills necessary for the transition to kindergarten.||Education||Leon||Joi Phillips
874 Traditions Way, 3rd Floor
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4166
|Goodwill Industries of the Big Bend||A program created to help Northwest residents impacted by the economic downturn to access needed resources, job training and job placement. The program’s goal is to serve economically disadvantaged individuals in multiple counties. Services include job training, resource connections, financial literacy, housing assistance and job placement.||Economic Opportunity||Bay, Leon||Samuel T. Jackson, Jr.
300 Mabry St.
Tallahassee, FL 32304
|Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County||Literacy AmeriCorps Palm Beach County members promote literacy and volunteerism in distressed communities in Palm Beach County. Members serve as tutors in family literacy and adult education programs to assist adults to learn English and employability skills, mentors as Graduation Coaches in local high schools with at-risk youth and reading tutors to children in both elementary schools and afterschool programs and many more.||Education||Palm Beach||Audrey McDonough
3651 Quantum Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
|MCCJ, Inc.||The MCCJ proposes to have 15 AmeriCorps members who will serve as in-school Peer Mediation Coordinators and who will also partner with school counselors to provide student support services that include bullying prevention and inclusive diversity training in 5 underserved high schools located within Miami-Dade County. At the end of the first program year, the AmeriCorps members will be responsible for the improved socio-emotional skills of 300 students.||Education||Miami Dade||Nikki Watkins
150 SE 2nd Ave, Suite 914
Miami, FL 33131
|Metropolitan Ministries, Inc.||AmeriCorps Metropolitan Ministries members provide housing and health resources for homeless individuals in Hillsborough County. The program connects individuals who are homeless with needed health, housing, and other social services that ultimately increase health outcomes and move them from living on the streets or in shelters toward stable housing.||Economic Opportunity||Hillsborough||Gordana Krone
2002 N Florida Avenue
Tampa, FL 33602
|Miami Dade College - Wolfson Campus||Miami-Dade College (MDC) AmeriCorps members will provide STEM peer-led tutoring activities and wraparound services to disadvantaged students at the high school and college level in three local high schools as well as at the MDC Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami, FL. The CNCS focus area is Education.||Education||Miami-Dade||Stephanie Silva
300 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
|Northwest Florida State College||Members will implement the Grasses in Classes curriculum with Okaloosa and Walton County Schools and target third and fifth grade students. Environmental Stewardship service projects serve as a secondary and complimentary focus to "Grasses in Classes". By targeting areas of degradation within the Choctawhatchee watershed, service projects will begin the process to return specific acreage to a quality ecosystem. Projects are designed to restore, beautify, and maintain the designated areas targeted for improvement.||Environmental Stewardship||Okaloosa, Walton||Laurie Von Kaenel
100 College Blvd
Niceville, FL 32578
|Overtown Youth Center||The Overtown Youth Center has 20 half-time and 2 full-time AmeriCorps members who mentor students as part of the Inspire. Engage. Employ. Career Readiness program for youth ages 16-18. The members will support the youth at the Overtown Youth Center and at Booker T. Washington Senior High School, in the Overtown neighborhood of Miami, as they develop workforce employability skills.||Economic Opportunity||Miami Dade||Djenaba Gregory-Faal
450 NW 14th St.
Miami, FL 33136-2636
|Peacemakers, Inc.||AmeriCorps members provide academic support, mentoring, FCAT preparation and peer leadership training through after school and summer school programs. Members also provide social service assistance in the areas of information & referral, professional development, foreclosure aid and help applying for public benefits. The goals of the program are to provide safe and supportive communities and school success.||Education||Miami-Dade||Donna Caudill
17801 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33169
|Polk Education Foundation||AmeriCorps members provide reading tutoring services to elementary students in grades K-3. The goal of the program is to significantly increase reading skills of low-achieving students.||Education||Polk||Steve Chapman
1530 Shumate Dr.
Bartow, FL 33831
|SBP Inc.||AmeriCorps members serving with SBP in the Florida Panhandle will provide disaster recovery and home rebuilding services to individuals and families affected by hurricane Michael.||Disaster Services||Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Washington||Michael Sullivan
2645 Toulouse St.
New Orleans, LA 70119-5045
|Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay||Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay AmeriCorps members will provide services and support to Veterans and their families at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Hillsborough County and the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System in Pinellas County. By the end of the first program year, the AmeriCorps members will have served 1,300 veterans, active military, and military family members by assisting them with wellness plans and helping them to gain access to healthcare services.||Veterans and Military Services||Hillsborough||Glarisol Traspalacios
1306 W Sligh Ave.
Tampa, FL 33604
813-932-5228 ext 237
|Teach for America||Teach for America – Orlando AmeriCorps members will be responsible for teaching two years in low-income and disadvantaged schools in Orange County. At the end of the first program year, the AmeriCorps members will be responsible for increasing the academic achievement of the 1,600 students. The AmeriCorps members will leverage an additional 45 volunteers who will be engaged in supporting students in classrooms and schools.||Education||Orange||Caridad Cruz
1016 W Church St
Orlando, FL 32805
|Teach for America||AmeriCorps members serve as full-time teachers in K-12 classrooms in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The program recruits college graduates to serve two year terms as public school teachers. The intent of the program is to place crucially needed highly qualified teachers in schools with significant numbers of high-risk students. Members are paid a salary by the school system and receive a financial education award upon successful completion of service.||Education||Miami-Dade||Deanna Froeber
1951 NW 7th Ave, Suite 300
Miami, FL 33136
|Teach for America||AmeriCorps members serve as full-time teachers in K-12 classrooms in Duval County Public Schools. The program recruits college graduates to serve two year terms as public school teachers. The intent of the program is to place crucially needed highly qualified teachers in schools with significant numbers of high-risk students. Members are paid a salary by the school system and receive a financial education award upon successful completion of service.|
214 North Hogan Street, Suite 134
Jacksonville, FL 32202
|The Arc Jacksonville||AmeriCorps members mentor adult individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities at the various sites of The Arc: Downtown, Westside, and University of North Florida. Members provide academic, work readiness, health/wellness, financial literacy, and independent living mentoring services.||Healthy Futures||Duval||Sherry Carlin
4401 Wesconnett Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210
|The Arc of Palm Beach County||Members of The Arc of Palm Beach County’s AmeriCorps Program will provide a year of service as mentors. AmeriCorps members with have the opportunity help individuals with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities learn and perfect much needed independent living skills provide community inclusion opportunities and promote self-advocacy skills. Members will teach pre-employment and job specific training as well as develop job readiness, employment soft skills, explore job opportunities, and provide vocational training.||Healthy Futures||Palm Beach||Grace McCauley
1201 Australian Ave
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
|University of North Florida||AmeriCorps Members will serve in the Jacksonville Teacher Residency (JTR) program to prepare for long-term careers as STEM teachers. The goal of the program is to increase student engagement and STEM teaching/learning in high-needs schools in Duval County Public Schools. Members will be responsible for increasing student academic engagement in math.||Education||Duval||Dr. Wanda Lastrapes
1 UNF Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32224