Eco3 AmeriCorps VISTA Program
Work with local organizations on important community issues and take home an education award at the end of your year of service!
AmeriCorps VISTA members serve for a year building the capacity of local non-profit organizations and public agencies in the Northland with the ultimate goal of eradicating poverty. The Eco3 VISTA Corps focuses on addressing poverty holistically from various angles such as food access and systems, government policy, community development, education, health equity, creative place making, climate adaptation, energy justice and more.
Eco3 VISTA members work with organizations that are deeply embedded in community to help develop equitable, resilient and sustainable solutions to community challenges through leveraging resources, building partnerships, expanding reach and improving organizational efficiency.
While serving their communities, Eco3 VISTA members also gain valuable experience and access to professional development opportunities, become a part of a passionate and service-oriented cohort, and upon completion of service, take home an education award or cash stipend.
Make an impact in your community by serving with Ecolibrium3's AmeriCorps VISTA cohort!
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The Eco3 AmeriCorps VISTA program is thrilled to announce that we are expanding! VISTA members in our Eco3 VISTA Corps program serve for a year
Eco3 has a number of AmeriCorps VISTA Positions available, so you may be wondering: how do I apply for AmeriCorps? Here are a few steps
Our AmeriCorps members build capacity all around Duluth with some of the community's most loved organizations
Implementing the framework to advance sustainability and more equitably serve Duluth residents and neighborhoods with the City of Duluth Community Sustainability Team.
Increasing ecological justice through food access and enhancing environmental programming with Community Action Duluth.
Creating a healthy and sustainable community through the arts with the Duluth Art Institute.
Creating programming focused on the needs of at-risk children with the Duluth Children’s Museum.
Ensuring that everyone, regardless of income, has the ability to grow food and access food resources with the Duluth Community Garden Program.
Increasing the disaster resilience of the community, especially organizations serving community members who potentially face the most harm from disasters with the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
Strengthening family unity, supporting reentry, and facilitating community engagement with Family Rise Together.
Creating innovative food systems solutions that support food sovereignty with the Fond du Lac Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa.
Designing public health programs that raise the health status, self-sufficiency, and health leadership of Native peoples with Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health – Great Lakes Hub.
Increasing health and social connectedness among young families with the Lincoln Park Children and Families Collaborative.
Building programs to celebrate youth and support their families through one-on-one mentorship and community engagement with Mentor North.
Leveraging partnerships to enhance coordination and support of community health promotion efforts and reducing mortality from the opioid crisis with the St. Louis County Health Department.
Uniting groups and individuals working on food systems and low income housing in Northeastern Minnesota to identify models that alleviate hunger with locally sourced foods and create affordable housing solutions with the University of Minnesota Extension.
Expanding access to fresh and healthy food, transportation, and cultural and artistic opportunities for historically underrepresented communities with the Zeitgeist Center for Arts and Community.