AmeriCorps team member

Are you ready to serve? Joining Full Life Care’s AmeriCorps team puts you in the position to make a difference in our community. Our team works to improve the lives of individuals. We provide health education and other community programs to low-income older adults and people with disabilities in the greater Seattle area.

Am I Eligible?

AmeriCorps eligibility requirements include:

  • Ability to honor a full-time service commitment of 10 ½ months
  • U.S. citizen, national or permanent resident
  • 18 years of age or older
  • College education
  • Willingness to serve in a flexible service environment and take on new experiences and challenges
  • Commitment to serving others and experience/motivation to work with older adults, people with disabilities, and diverse populations
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Service Positions: The Fine Print

We are currently accepting applications for the 2019-20 program year.

If you are interested in applying to our AmeriCorps team, send us an email with your resume and a cover letter or visit the AmeriCorps website to fill out an online application. 

Program Dates: September 1, 2019, to July 15, 2020.

Please note: all of our positions are full-time (40 hours/week), with a typical 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday schedule. Occasional evening and weekend hours, depending on the specific position.


Full Life CareHealth and Wellness Outreach Specialist

Foster community in low-income senior public housing buildings. Identify and communicate the needs of the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) residents to Full Life’s team of Service Coordinators. Connect previously unserved or underserved senior residents of low-income housing to the services and support they need to remain healthy and independent. This member will spend a large portion of time teaching tai chi classes and coordinating community coffee social hours for isolated older adults in SHA buildings.

Location: Seattle’s Central District. Weekly travel required to various Seattle locations.

Full Life Care: Solstice Wellness Coordinator

Support client health and independence for low-income adults with disabilities through drop-in wellness and art studios. Develop and facilitate health promotion activities in accordance with the needs and interests of participants. Coordinate and manage volunteers to help support social programs, including art, yoga, gardening, and writing programs in a low-income housing building. Foster a close-knit community of peers to build relationships with isolated adults with disabilities and mental health conditions. In addition, this member will help lead a Chronic Disease Self-Management class series for Full Life Care clients.

Location: Seattle’s Mount Baker neighborhood.

Seattle Housing Authority: Aging-in-Place Specialist

Recruit and support seniors in volunteering to share their skills with neighbors; lead wellness activities, social events, and gatherings in various Seattle Housing Authority senior buildings; and build relationships and trust with and between isolated seniors. Member will lead an initiative to build community among residents in SHA senior buildings and help neighbors connect with each other via coordinating classes and activities to build community. Previous AmeriCorps members have coordinated events such as watercolor classes, free legal and tech resource clinics, and coffee social hours.

Location: Main office in Seattle’s Queen Anne District. Travel to various sites required. 

Wallingford Community Senior Center: Program and Outreach Specialist

Lead health education and outreach efforts to seniors in North Seattle communities to support their independence and decrease social isolation. This AmeriCorps member will help coordinate a new innovative pilot program to bring health education and nutritious meals in the form of a mobile senior center to various communities in North Seattle in a partnership with Wallingford Community Senior Center, Lake City Senior Center and United Indians of All Tribes’ Native Elders Program. This member will also have the opportunity to teach tai chi classes and build strong relationships with elders in North Seattle.

Location: North Seattle. Travel to various sites required. 

Ready to apply?

Click the button below to go the national AmeriCorps website. There, you can create a My AmeriCorps account and submit your application.

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