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Join Us! CapacityCorps AmeriCorps Positions are now open!







You can join this awesome team of people for a year of service to support our mission and build organizational capacity.

Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps is a National Direct AmeriCorps program with AmeriCorps members serving 10 months at Rebuilding Together affiliates around the country from August 7, 2016, through June 30, 2017. Members help improve the lives of low-income homeowners through hands-on home repairs and community outreach while earning an education award to help with educational expenses.

For general information about CapacityCorps click here.

See below for position descriptions for our two CapacityCorps positions.

Position Description-Baltimore_AmeriCorps Community Partner Coordinator

Position Description-Baltimore_AmeriCorps Program Coordinator

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Are You Interested in Serving a Year with Rebuilding Together Baltimore?


Rebuilding Together Baltimore is accepting applications for our AmeriCorps Outreach Coordinator position.

The AmeriCorps members will serve from August 08, 2015 – June 30, 2016.

The AmeriCorps Outreach Coordinator will play a critical role in building the capacity of the organization by increasing the number of our skilled trades volunteers and volunteer teams, managing new and current volunteers, and helping the organization to be more effective in community outreach.

The AmeriCorps Outreach Coordinator will serve alongside our AmeriCorps Program Coordinator (the Program Coordinator position has been filled).

Both AmeriCorps members will also spend time in the field conducting volunteer outreach, communicating with potential homeowner clients, raising the visibility of Rebuilding Together Baltimore, and working at project sites.

To apply, visit our application portal on

For more information about the AmeriCorps positionClick this link to view the AmeriCorps Outreach Coordinator position.

The AmeriCorps members serving at Rebuilding Together Baltimore will be part of a cohort of 65 fulltime AmeriCorps members serving in 37 communities across the country as part of Rebuilding Together’s national AmeriCorps program, called CapacityCorps.

CapacityCorps members build the capacity of grassroots Rebuilding Together programs so that they may be more sustainable, effective and efficient in helping additional low-income homeowners in need.

For more information about the opportunities and experience of serving in AmeriCorps with Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps, visit the CapacityCorps website.

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Healthy Housing Summit in Durham, NC


Last weekend our AmeriCorps Service Coordinator, Eric Park, traveled to Durham, NC to participate in the Healthy Housing Summit led by the National Service Program staff at Rebuilding Together and the local RT of the Triangle. 25 other AmeriCorps members from Rebuilding Together affiliates across the country spent a full day of training and two days implementing safe and healthy home repairs for homeowners in need in rural Pittsboro.

Armand Magnelli and Jayne Windham of Livable Housing, Inc. and Housing Compliance Solutions LLC, facilitated the training sessions that involved an overview of building science, home inspection best practices, and several hands on demonstrations that highlighted the 7 safe and healthy housing principles. Armand and Jayne did a wonderful job of making this content engaging and practical for the AmeriCorps members in attendance.

The team Eric served with removed old carpet throughout the home and refinished the hardwood floors, installed three new windows, insulated the attic and crawlspace, and rehung gutters and extended downspouts to improve the flow of water away from the foundation of the home. Overall, it was a tremendous service experience, and we would like to thank the NSP Team, Armand, Jayne, Dan and Sophie of RT of the Triangle, and the national sponsors of this event.What a blast!

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MLK Week of Service in Pittsburgh

In late January, Clara and Eric traveled to Pittsburgh, PA to participate in a week-long service event in memory of Martin Luther King Jr. There they joined over 80 other AmeriCorps members and alumni and completed 9 different home repair projects throughout the neighborhood of Hazelwood. Eric’s team removed a large amount of old carpeting and replaced it with vinyl flooring to improve the air quality of the home. Clara worked with other AmeriCorps to apply Drylok, a material that prevents moisture from enetering through walls, in a homeowner’s basement. They were so pleased to serve homeowners in need in Pittsburgh’s community and of course to be reunited with some of their favorite people!

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AmeriCorps Service Project at ABC Park in Carrollton Ridge

On June 12th, our AmeriCorps Outreach Coordinator, Eric Park, worked with a group of volunteers to install pull up bars at the ABC Park in the neighborhood of Carrollton Ridge in Southwest Baltimore as part of his service project for his AmeriCorps term. Greg Oates, one of RTB’s A-Team volunteers, provided huge support in the planning and execution of the project. His technical expertise ensured that the pull up bar posts were installed securely and turned out level. Sarah Hope from Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks, provided the recycled building materials, and also offered a lot of guidance in implementing the service project. Derrick, a staff member at Rec & Parks, also joined the volunteers for the day and assisted with priming the swing sets and the new pull up bars at ABC Park.

Sarah and Derrick prime the new pull up bars

Greg Oates secures the clamps on the pull up bars.










Derwin Hannah, a community organizer in the neighborhood, has over the past year taken on a great deal of responsibility in overseeing the safety and well-being of the park and the neighborhood residents who use the public space. Derwin has done an incredible job at gaining support from the community and bringing in local business including the Food Depot and others at the neighborhood shopping center. He has been striving tirelessly to make the park a safer, nicer place for residents to enjoy, and has been partnering with Fran Spero, Joe Burch, and other employees at Rec and Parks to explore new sources of support and funding from the city to help build on the momentum of Derwin’s efforts. Eric Park was extremely please to be able to get involved with such an engaged coalition of park supporters who helped to make this project happen.

This Saturday, June 15th, volunteers from the neighborhood will come together to beautify the park and also the celebrate the new fitness equipment and the summer programs at ABC Park. Thanks to everyone involved for all of your work in making this project a success!

(From L to R) Greg, Derrick, Sarah, Derwin, and Eric


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