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Volunteerism

Interested in making a difference in the Northern Sacramento neighborhoods? Opportunities are available!

Interested in Joining AmeriCorps?

We are recruiting motivated and community-oriented individuals to provide services to children and families. The CAP Center administers six AmeriCorps programs with nearly 300 AmeriCorps members serving children, youth, and families throughout California.

Our programs offer full- and part-time opportunities ranging from home visitation to parenting classes to youth mentoring, and more!

CAP Center AmeriCorps members receive excellent benefits in addition to opportunities for personal and professional development.

  • Minimum term is 12 months
  • Be 17 years or older (no upper age limit)
  • Pass a national service criminal history check
  • Hold one of the following citizenship statuses: US citizen, US National, Lawful Permanent Resident Aliens

Join AmeriCorps with the CAP Center

The Child Abuse Prevention Center is a state, national and international training, education, research and resource center dedicated to strengthening children, families, and communities.

​The CAP Center administers six AmeriCorps programs with nearly 300 AmeriCorps members serving children, youth, and families throughout California.

Why AmeriCorps?
AmeriCorps places thousands of members into service positions with local and national
organizations to address critical community needs.

Our members are a diverse mix of parents, students, and community members who
serve with organizations throughout California.

Members receive a living allowance, a generous education award, professional experience, free training, and the opportunity to make a lasting impact on their communities.

Register Here

Mutual Assistance Network is proud to host AmeriCorps members through the Child Abuse Prevention Center. To learn more about becoming an AmeriCorps member with our organization, please see the information below and fill out our volunteer interest form.





Molly

I am so grateful for MAN's programs. They are very resourceful. More than anything, in the Healthy Families America home visitation program I got to experience having a big supporter and person who helps me with anything I may need. She tries until she figures it out and I'm very grateful for her. My experience has been very wonderful and I have been and will keep telling others about it.
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