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Share your story

Use one of these creative ways to capture your story and share it with us to amplify our mission.
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Record and upload your story on YouTube

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Share your experience with your university or local newspaper

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Write an article for your LinkedIn profile

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Animate, illustrate, or get creative with your story

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Help recruit members and volunteers

Pay it forward by helping others learn about their opportunity to serve

  • Present to a high school, college, or university classroom
  • Set up a table at a college campus or career fair
  • Order materials to help promote AmeriCorps
  • Hang flyers in a local coffee shop
  • Host or invite a friend to a National Day of Service


Sign up to be an AmeriCorps Ambassador

Get social

Share our AmeriCorps video

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Share an ‘Ask me about #AmeriCorps’ graphic

Share on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter

Share our AmeriCorps Seniors video

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Add AmeriCorps to your LinkedIn profile

Follow AmeriCorps on LinkedIn

Even a day makes a difference

Time a challenge? You can still serve as a volunteer during a day of service. Find out what's coming and see how you could help out.

MLK Day of Service

Observed each year on the third Monday in January as “a day on, not a day off.” MLK Day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities.

September 11th Day of Service and Remembrance

On this day Americans across the country are called to volunteer in their local communities in tribute to the individuals lost and injured in the attacks, first responders, and the many who have risen in service to defend freedom.

Share your story

Submit your service story directly to us and you could be featured on americorps.gov.


Find another opportunity to serve

Look for another service opportunity suited to your particular skills, interests and availability. 

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