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The Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance to serve, building strength and stability alongside homebuyer families, all while gaining real-world experience. AmeriCorps members engage with thousands of volunteers throughout the year and are integral to our mission.

As an AmeriCorps member, you can serve in a leadership role on an active build site or in the office assisting families, volunteers, and staff. By taking on new challenges and seeing the results of your service, you will have the opportunity to learn, grow, and have some fun along the way.

See what a day in the life of an AmeriCorps On Site Volunteer Facilitator is like >>

See what a day in the life of an Office AmeriCorps position is like >>


1. See Open Positions

We’re currently recruiting for the AmeriCorps positions listed below with term lengths and application deadlines. Click the links to view position descriptions, time commitments, benefits, and more.

2. Any Questions?

Clear up any additional questions you may have, like "What is a typical day like?" and "What does the selection process look like?" and "What do AmeriCorps members do in the Minnesota winter?"


3. Apply

To apply, please fill out an application for the position you'd prefer. Open positions are listed below. Applications are reviewed and positions are filled on a rolling basis.

Open Positions

2023 - 2024 Positions

Full-year positions are from September 5, 2023 through August 16, 2024.

Full-Time (Average of 40 hours per week - 1,700 total service hours)

Onsite Volunteer Coordinator

A Brush with Kindness Volunteer Coordinator

Three Quarter-Time (Average of 23 hours per week - 1200 total service hours)

Onsite Volunteer Coordinator 

Half-Time (Average of 17 hours per week - 900 total service hours)

Onsite Volunteer Coordinator

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The Minnesota Habitat for Humanity AmeriCorps Program will take Affirmative Action to ensure that all employment practices are free of discrimination. Such employment practices include, but are not limited to, the following: recruitment, employment advertising, selection, hiring, upgrading, promotion, transfer, layoff, disciplinary action, termination, rates of pay, or other forms of compensation, and selection for training and apprenticeship opportunities. Reasonable accommodations will be made for qualified individuals with known disabilities.

AmeriCorps Stories

Maddie painting a doorframe.

An Antidote to Hopelessness

Initially planning on becoming a writer, Maddie found while serving with AmeriCorps that serving others and working with her hands provides a sense of purpose while making meaningful change in the lives of others.

Brady & Hannah.

Serving Everywhere, From Office to Field

Brady and Hannah share stories about their roles as a Volunteer Coordinator and an On Site Volunteer Facilitator, how AmeriCorps has changed them, and where they're going next.

AmeriCorps members building frames in a warehouse.

Making an Impact Locally

Every spring, AmeriCorps members spend a week serving organizations across the country. Due to COVID-19, Corps Week looked different in 2021. Members still had a great time connecting and making a difference in the community.


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