Habitat AmeriCorps

You can help strengthen communities through a year of service with Habitat AmeriCorps.

 

You can get paid to serve full-time helping families build strong and stable homes, all while gaining real-world experience. With Habitat AmeriCorps, you will have the opportunity to serve for one year in Snohomish County.

You can serve in a leadership role on an active build site or at our affiliate office assisting families, volunteers and staff. By taking on new challenges and seeing the results of your service, you will have the chance to learn and grow. You will also have the opportunity to meet new people from all walks of life, working together toward a common good.

 

We are now accepting applications for the 2018-19 AmeriCorps year! 

Construction Crew Leader
Assist with hands on construction tasks including, but not limited to, site prep, framing, roofing, finish carpentry, landscaping and clean up.  Provide  on-site orientations and safety talks to volunteers.  Apply now!

Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator
This member will build relationships and partner with people in the community to identify areas where housing and community development solutions can intersect and connect people with opportunities to serve. This member will provide outreach through multimedia and social media as well as assist with new volunteer recruitment and intake. Apply now!

Resource Development Coordinator
This member will help our resource development manager develop, execute, and document new plans to assist with and improve donor engagement, sponsorships, grant writing, and special events coordination. Apply now!

Questions about the Habitat AmeriCorps program in Snohomish County can be directed to Katie Rickel at krickel@habitatsnohomish.org or 425-405-7156.

 

Habitat AmeriCorps profile: Jordyn Wagner

My current role allows me to have the fulfillment of serving the veteran and military community.

Habitat AmeriCorps profile: Stephanie Lam

It’s more than just a house, it’s a place for the family to be part of a community.