Join the Campus Compact AmeriCorps Team

Positions are open for the 2021-2022 cohort

What does it mean to be an AmeriCorps Member in one of Campus Compact NH’s projects?

Being an AmeriCorps Member with Campus Compact NH means joining the fight against poverty by rolling up your sleeves and going where you are needed. Members serve across beautiful Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont to expand community resources for low-income students and individuals. Some members help colleges, universities, and K-12 schools to bolster college access and success for low-income students. It might mean creating activities that introduce rural students to STEM careers, recruiting mentors and tutors to help students succeed and thrive, or assessing needs, analyzing evaluations, and recommending new materials, resources, or tools to make organizations more effective. Other members fight food insecurity working within a multi-faceted team to increase state resources. Members work on college campus, with community organizations, and state-lead departments to fight hunger.

Regardless of the project, it means you are a leader, a collaborator, a problem solver, a critical thinker, a learner, and a creator ready to adapt, work hard, and commit to a year of service in the education field. It means you are ready – ready for an adventure, ready for a challenge, and ready to make a difference.

Service Benefits

  • Post service educational award totaling $6,495 or cash stipend of $1,800
  • Bi-weekly living allowance
  • Health Coverage (For details about the AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit
  • Relocation allowance (if farther than 50 miles)
  • Student loan forbearance or deferment for qualifying loans
  • Ongoing training, support, and professional development

How to Apply for a 2022–2023 Position

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old and a college graduate (Minimum 2-year degree) with reliable transportation.

Application process:

  1. Review open positions and click on button to apply.
  2. Application Screening: Our office will review your application and then contact you to let you know your status.
  3. Screening Interview: Applicants will be contacted by the Northern New England Campus Compact VISTA Collaboration team to schedule an initial screening conversation.
  4. Host Site Review: Interviewees who are a good fit for this work and would be a great addition to our Northern New England VISTA team will have their applications passed on to the host site(s) of their interest.
  5. Final Interview: After reviewing application information, host site(s) will hold interviews with those applicants whom they feel are best suited for their environment and the important work to be carried out. All final placement decisions will be made by the Northern New England Campus Compact VISTA Collaboration team and candidates will be contacted directly.