CT AHEC Network AmeriCorps

Connecticut AHEC Network AmeriCorps engages AmeriCorps members who work on projects that strengthen Connecticut’s communities by improving the lives of economically disadvantaged students. The four regional centers of the Connecticut AHEC Network host 14 full-time AmeriCorps members.

Connecticut AHEC Network AmeriCorps engage middle and high school students in the Youth Health Service Corps (YHSC) and college students in the Collegiate Health Service Corps (CHSC) leading students in service learning projects that address pressing community health issues.

The CT AHEC Network AmeriCorps Program is made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Commission on Community Service and the CT AHEC Network is a proud member of the AmeriCorps National Service Network.


"A proud member of the National Service Network."

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Serve as an
AmeriCorps Member

AmeriCorps members make a 1700 hour full-time service commitment. AmeriCorps members serve at middle schools, high schools and colleges and universities working with economically disadvantaged students who are interested in pursuing a health care career.

For a detailed description of the CT AHEC Network AmeriCorps Program Member Position Description, click here.

To apply to become a CT AHEC Network AmeriCorps Program Member complete an application on the AmeriCorps Portal, click here.

Once you have been offered a position at one of our CT host sites, all members will review and complete the MHFA Corps Enrollment Packet with the AmeriCorps Program Director.
Download the MHFA Corps Enrollment Packet here.

Become a CT AHEC Network AmeriCorps Program Host Site

Currently the 4 Connecticut AHEC centers serve as AmeriCorps members host sites. Health360 is seeking other community based agencies, including secondary schools and universities to serve as an AmeriCorps member host site.
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Executive Director
Tricia Harrity, MS
203-758-1110 x11 harrity@health360.org