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www.nationalservice.gov
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Applications for the 2016-2017 term open February 2nd!

Refer to our current member positions to see the types of positions that will be availale next term!

Click "Application Instructions" to learn how to submit AmeriCorps application.

Pittsburgh Named Most Livable City in the U.S...AGAIN!

"Pittsburgh has been named the “most livable city” six times since 2000 by The Economist, Forbes and Places Rated Almanac. It also has landed on more than 200 “best” lists including “40 Prettiest Cities in the World”.

ESPRIT DE CORPS

 Our 2015-2016 members are settling into Pittsburgh! Learn about all the amazing things they are already doing! 

Member Service Day

Members engage with high school students on growing science fields, including biotechnology and health!

Health Corps Training Days

Pittsburgh Health Corps members spent their January Training Day learning about Self-Care and Stress Management, including some quality time with a therapy dog named Arianna.

October Service Day

Members garden with Grow Pittsburgh!

Members help prepare for the cold weather at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Garden in Uptown! 

Meet Our Members

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Pittsburgh Health Corps Blog

Bo Lebow is serving her National Health Corps term as the Patient Support Specialist at the Squirrel Hill Health Center. Her blog explains Children's Dental Health Month and emphasizes the importance of dental hygiene from an early age.
Date of Publication: 02/10/2016
Author: Communications
Mike Benton serves as the Patient Navigator for the Mobile Medical Unit at Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center. In his blog, he sheds light on the prevalence of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) in the United States and why it matters.
Date of Publication: 02/02/2016
Author: Communications
Kate Branagan serves at Pittsburgh Mercy’s Operation Safety Net as a Services and Engagement Coordinator. In her first two months, she has learned how to apply the psychologist Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs concept to her work with the homeless population.
Date of Publication: 01/29/2016
Author: Communications
Liz Gore and Maddie Monahan are serving as Nutrition Educators with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. They have been exploring how to eat healthy on a low budget and provide suggestions for doing so. Check out how to incorporate greens into your diet!
Date of Publication: 01/26/2016
Author: Communications
Maddie Monahan serves as the Nutrition Educator/Family-Based Nutrition Lead at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. She discusses how her past experiences and passion for cooking as translated into her AmeriCorps role and what she has learned thus far.
Date of Publication: 01/22/2016
Author: Communications

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