During group service projects, members respond to large-scale Environmental Stewardship needs in small groups (5-6) or with the entire 24 member corps. During site placement days, members serve individually with local, state, federal, and non-profit entities to build capacity by creating volunteer land and water stewardship groups.
For more information on our focus areas or for more examples of group projects, click HERE.
What is an Individual Placement?
IPs are a fantastic professional development opportunity. Serving in a professional office setting or out in the field, members will get to take the lead on projects that can vary from volunteer program development, land management development & implementation, research, event planning, and more! Members will get to serve under our Service Partners: municipal & non-profit employees who act as supervisors/mentors for our members on their year-long IP journey.
For the most part, each member is assigned to their own unique service site, however, a few of our placements may carry multiple members. On some occasions, members may be assigned to multiple sites and rotate between them during their member year, depending on project needs.
To make sure our applicants are applying for the entire experience, we recruit for the program as a whole rather than for specific placements. If accepted into the AmeriCorps Cape Cod program, you will spend your first few weeks learning about the placements we have selected for your year. You will have the chance to discuss the placements with our staff, and together we will determine the best fit for you. If you are interested in what sorts of placements we typically have, check out the list below of the placements from this program year.
Disclaimer: Although many of our placements reapply and remain year to year, we also have new placements that come along and replace others. Therefore any past placement (or corresponding project) listed below may not be a placement for the upcoming year.