Get Involved with Impact America

Corps Program

The Impact Corps Program is a yearlong service and leadership program designed to place talented, committed recent college graduates directly into communities we serve. Corps Members plan and execute all initiatives that operate in their state of service as well as recruit and manage the service of college students as they participate in those initiatives. You’ll learn about poverty through lenses of education, health, and economics—all the while making a real difference in the lives of families living in poverty.

“I am inspired to work for Impact because the problems Impact seeks to address are one hundred percent solvable with the dedication of motivated individuals. It is inspiring to work with other young individuals who share the drive to address these pressing issues.” Kelsey Groenke, Corps Member (2012-2015)

Volunteer

Impact seeks talented undergraduate and graduate student volunteers to serve with our initiatives. You can choose the initiative that most aligns with your passion and skills, and gain valuable experience while making a difference in the lives of those living in poverty. For example: FocusFirst volunteers provide free vision screenings for preschool-age children. SaveFirst volunteers prepare tax returns for low-income, working families. SpeakFirst volunteers work directly with high school and middle school students to enhance their academic performance and prepare them for debate tournaments.  Learn more about volunteering with Impact. 

Work Study

Impact has a limited number of work study opportunities available to Alabama-based students attending The University of Alabama, UAB, Spring Hill College, and Jacksonville State University. If you qualify for work study and are interested in a placement with Impact, please email our Volunteer Coordinator.

Donate

We welcome gifts of any size to sustain our work. Please visit our Donate page to learn how your contribution will make a difference in the lives of those living in poverty.