Serve Idaho’s rural communities with the American Connection Corps AmeriCorps program
The Digital Economy Program (DEP) is excited to be selected as a 2023-24 host site for the American Connection Corps (ACC) AmeriCorps program. We’re seeking Idahoans committed to serving the communities they call home, who are passionate about bridging the digital divide to ensure that the opportunity that broadband access facilitates can be fully realized so no one is left behind, or offline in the growing digital economy. If you’re looking for a challenging and enriching career experience and to establish a network of professionals and mentors, we invite you to explore the benefits and opportunities available through service as an ACC member.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis from across Idaho. Opportunities for varying service term lengths may be available depending on the time of application. View the 1,200 hour position description (pdf) to learn more about the role. Complete the American Connection Corps interest form or contact email@example.com for more information.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Opportunities for varying service term lengths may be available depending on the time of application.
DEP is seeking to place AmeriCorps members to work in rural Idaho counties. Please note on your application if you live in or near one of the following priority service areas:
- American Falls working throughout Power and Bingham counties
- Bonners Ferry working throughout Boundary County
- Cascade/McCall working throughout Valley County
- Lapwai working with the Nez Perce Tribe
- Mountain Home working throughout Elmore County
- Wallace working throughout Shoshone County