Growing a Generation Engaged in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The STEM AmeriCorps program (STEM Corps) places 20 AmeriCorps members at sites throughout Saginaw County. STEM Corps members are helping to enhance youth skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Our goal is to make these subjects more appealing to area youth when deciding on a major in college or a future career path.
STEM Corps members are expected to complete 900 hours through the course of one year. During their term of service, members will receive a living allowance of $500 per month. After successfully completing the required amount of hours under the terms of service, STEM Corps members will also receive an Education Award of $2,960, which can be used toward past student loans or future education endeavors. STEM Corps members will also receive regular training and professional development opportunities throughout the year, as well as experience working first hand with youth, schools and organizations throughout Saginaw County.
Any person interested in becoming a STEM Corps member should send a resume to Program Director, Brook Rehmann.
Any organizations interested in hosting a STEM Corps member should contact Brook at their earliest convenience - via email or phone, (989) 755-0505, ext. 225.
AmeriCorps is a national service program designed to strengthen citizenship and the ethic of service by engaging thousands of Americans on a full-time or part-time basis to help communities to address their toughest challenges.
The Michigan Community Service Commission is the administrative agent for Michigan's AmeriCorps.
STEM AmeriCorps program in action:
Get Involved with STEM AmeriCorps!
Join the movement in Saginaw County! AmeriCorps members Get Things Done for America-building safer, stronger, healthier, and more united communities across the nation. Members dedicate their time of service in many ways, making long-lasting change and positive community impact.
Our members engage students in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in school or out of school-time settings. Members participate in community-based service activities, and are involved in the AmeriCorps National Days of Service.
- Must be able to make a commitment to 900 hours in a one year term
- 18+ year of age and a US Citizen, National, or lawful permanent resident
- Have a high school diploma or GED
- Satisfy the National Service Criminal History check eligibility criteria
- Be ready to make a difference!
- Members will qualify for $500+ monthly living allowance
- $2960 educational award available upon successful completion of the program
- Federal student loan forbearance
- Making a direct positive impact on Saginaw County Youth