Service Strategy

Greater Miami Service Corps uses service as a strategy to engage young people between the ages of 18-24 in service. The majority of young people (Corpsmembers) come to Corps looking for a second chance to succeed in life. In return for their efforts, Corpsmembers receive guidance by adult leaders who serve as mentors and role models. Corpsmembers receive a modest stipend and a wide range of member development services including significant educational opportunities, career preparation, and the opportunity to invest in their communities.

Program Goals

Greater Miami Service Corps’ goal is to provide an environment where out-of-school young people can receive “Real Learning for Real Life” leading to positive educational outcomes that provide a foundation toward long-term self-sufficiency.


Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteerism is among the most important aspects of all successful communities. It provides capacity building, community activism and breeds a strong sense of belonging and empowerment for young people.  You can volunteer to add value to the lives of young people, ages 18-24, by becoming a Success Coach (Mentor) or tutor.  You serve by providing internship or employment opportunities for our graduates. Finally, you can make a monetary donation.  Please complete our Volunteer Interest Application.  A member of our team will contact you within 48 hours. Thank you for supporting our mission to empower our young people with the tools needed for success.