Tag Archives: AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps Members Travel to Louisiana for Week of Service in Honor of MLK Day

In honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, the 20th anniversary of AmeriCorps and the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, 65 AmeriCorps members serving with Rebuilding Together, along with program alumni and affiliate leaders, came together from 19 different states for a week of service. The group repaired eight homes, which were clustered together for maximum impact on the community. We are proud that two of our AmeriCorps members, Kyle Sharp and...

Welcome New AmeriCorps Members!

We are excited to welcome three new AmeriCorps members to the Rebuilding Together Twin Cities team: Christopher Lyle, Sabrina Moore, and Kyle Sharp. Chris earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Web and Multimedia Environments from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design last year.  He is skilled in both graphic design and videography and has extensive experience in working with people of a variety of socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. Sabrina has a Bachelor of...

Welcome Fitzie!

Please join us in welcoming Fitzie Heimdahl to our team!  Fitzie will be serving a year with us as an AmeriCorps VISTA, focusing on increasing our capacity for volunteer recruitment, management, recognition and retention.  Fitzie has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, as well as a variety of experience working with nonprofit organizations that focus on environmental issues, urban planning, historic preservation, and community development.  We are thrilled to have Fitzie join...

Moving On: AmeriCorps Term of Service Ends

Rebuilding Together Twin Cities was incredibly fortunate to Alina Stevenson and Jessie Livingston serve as AmeriCorps Project Coordinators with us over the last year.  Their terms of service ended this month, and we would like to thank them for their hard work and dedication. Alina was offered a substantial scholarship to attend law school at the University of Oregon where she will begin her studies this fall.  Jessie plans to stay in the Twin Cities...