1) Apply to be a Maine Service Fellows host community 2) Seeking applicants: Maine Climate Corps pilot program

Calling rural Maine communities: Apply to be a Maine Service Fellows host community

What would your community tackle if you had 1800 hours of help? Maine Service Fellows connects recent college graduates with rural communities that need a year of concentrated effort to tackle local housing, substance use, workforce, mental health, or climate adaptation issues. The community host contribution is $1,800. Use the link below to access more information.

Maine Service Fellows page

The time is now! We're accepting applications for Maine Climate Corps grants

We're accepting applications for a pilot Climate Corps program focused on Energy Efficiency and Home Energy Management and Conservation. Eligible applicants are Maine public or private non-profits, State/county/local units of government, higher education institutions, faith-based organizations, labor organizations, federally recognized Tribes, and regional organizations that will support members entirely within Maine may apply. Use the link below to access more information on our grant competition page.

Grant competition page