Celebrating AmeriCorps Week 2020

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“Everybody can be great because anybody can serve.” –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

AmeriCorps - PlayworksJoin us in a week-long celebration of all the contributions AmeriCorps members make in our communities. This school year, we have about 200 Playworks AmeriCorps coaches serving in our schools. Playworks coaches are caring, consistent adults, working to make playgrounds safer and to help create positive school environments where every kid can succeed. In return, each member is proud of the work they do and is empowered to continue their efforts to inspire youth. Our communities are better because of their dedicated service. Whoosh claps to you, AmeriCorps members!

Each year during AmeriCorps Week, Playworks recognizes the commitment of our AmeriCorps members by highlighting the extraordinary impact they make across the nation every day. This year, from March 8 through 14, we will be celebrating AmeriCorps Week by saluting members and alumni for their service, thanking community partners, and communicating AmeriCorps’ impact on communities and on the lives of those who serve.

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More Updates


April 5, 2019

Playworks is Hiring AmeriCorps Coaches ›

Playworks is hiring AmeriCorps coaches to serve for the 2019-20 school year at elementary schools in cities across the country. These coaches provide essential opportunities for children to explore their imaginations, connect with other kids, and stretch and grow. Through service, Playworks AmeriCorps members create a place for every kid on the playground to feel…

March 28, 2014

AmeriCorps Member and Students Build Confidence ›

Guest Blogger Jennifer Holmes-Ledet learned how to play and coach basketball along side her 4th and 5th grade girls basketball team.

March 24, 2014

AmeriCorps Members are Heroes ›

Guest blogger Kortney Thurman told her students about AmeriCorps, her students told her she’s a hero.