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Oklahoma Serves

 Oklahoma Serves

The Oklahoma Serves program places AmeriCorps members statewide at non-profit organizations, public agencies, colleges and universities, schools, and other community-based organizations dedicated to providing services to children and youth.  Member service activities include mentoring, tutoring, implementing educational enrichment and health programs, and supporting food banks.  

Since its inception in 2004, 526 OK Serves AmeriCorps members have impacted the lives of over 281,000 Oklahoma youth.  Additionally, members have served 336,861 hours and have recruited and served alongside 43,038 volunteers through agencies and schools that partner with OK Serves. 

For information, contact:

Amy Roff, Program Director
730 W. Wilshire, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
(405) 858-7278



Angel Fire Equestrian Center

Kildare Public Schools

Arts Council of Oklahoma City

Leadership Oklahoma

Big Brothers Big Sisters of OK

New Hope Camp

Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County

Oklahoma Afterschool Network

Camp Fire USA-Green Country Council

Oklahoma Children's Theatre

Camp Fire USA-Heart of OK

On The Rock Ministries

Center for Children & Families

Positive Tomorrows

Community After School Program

Ryal Public Schools

Elite Kids

Stonebridge Academy

Intergenerational Computer Center at Oklahoma City University

Tulsa Library Trust

Jackson County Health Department

Urban Mission









AmeriCorps members may serve a term of service during a 10-12 month period.  After successful completion of their service, members who are enrolled on or after September 1, 2010 will receive the following education award amounts for their respective term of service:


Full-time 1,700 hrs.         $5,645

Half-time   900 hrs.          $2,822

Quarter-time 450 hrs.       $1,493

Minimum-time 300 hrs.    $1,195


Education awards may be used to pay off qualified student loans or may be used at any Title IV school.  Members have seven years to use their education award. 


For more information, please contact:

Melinda Points

(405) 858-7278


The Oklahoma Community Service Commission is a non-profit state commission whose primary purposes are to integrate, expand and sustain volunteer service initiatives across the state of Oklahoma as well as fund and administer AmeriCorps programs in Oklahoma.

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