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Organizations identify their community need, then design and implement an AmeriCorps program that will leverage people power as a solution. They recruit, train, and manage individuals, called AmeriCorps members, to deliver those services. 

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Find a Program

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Camp Fire of

Green Country

Tulsa area

Provides the opportunity for kids and teens to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are

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Lead to Read

Jennings public schools, Creek, Delaware, Tulsa, Osage, Pawnee, Payne counties

Literacy interventions for

low-income students

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Lilyfield, Inc.

Oklahoma City, Tulsa area

Implementing the Check & Connect program for children at risk for child maltreatment

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Project Transformation

Bartlesville, Mangum, Muskogee, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Moore, Enid, El Reno

Summer day camp for

low-income students

Red River Community Corps


Serving under-resourced nonprofits to expand capacity

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Teach For America

Urban & rural areas of Tulsa

Increasing academic achievement for students

Become a Program

AmeriCorps grants are awarded to eligible organizations proposing to engage AmeriCorps members in evidence-based or evidence-informed interventions/practices to strengthen communities. 

Learn more about applying for funding.


Serve in a Program

Each year, AmeriCorps members serve in thousands of service settings, including nonprofits, the public sector, local government, colleges and universities, tribal communities, and faith-based organizations to better meet their missions.

Learn more about serving as an AmeriCorps member.

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