TENS OF THOUSANDS OF MICHIGAN STUDENTS ARE FAILING TO REACH BASIC LEVELS OF LITERACY AND MATH. WE’RE HERE TO CHANGE THAT.
Michigan Education Corps works with students age three through grade eight, ensuring each one has a chance to succeed. We do this because the facts don’t lie—if a student is proficient in reading and math, the future looks a whole lot brighter for them. Since 2012, we’ve provided reading or math tutoring to over 14,000 Michigan children.
Michigan Education Corps SUmmer Corps
Host Site Information
Hope Network’s Michigan Education Corps (MEC) is pleased to announce FREE service for Michigan youth during summer 2021. Organizations anywhere in Michigan may apply for MEC AmeriCorps members to support youth enrichment programs, academic tutoring -MEC Reading & Math Corps or site-based program- and/or other COVID-19 recovery efforts. Click here to learn more and to apply to host an MEC Summer Corps Member at your organization. The site application will close Monday, March 29th.
AmeriCorpS Member Information
COVID-19 continues to create challenges for Michiganders, and you can make all the difference! Michigan Education Corps (MEC) Summer Corps Members will be placed with a non-profit or school to respond to significant needs in communities related to COVID–19 recovery. Service could include a combination of several response tasks such as youth enrichment programs, academic tutoring or intervention, and/or other COVID-19 recovery efforts. Learn more about the program and benefits. Read the position description.
Apply now and serve this summer! Applications close May 17th. Positions will fill on a rolling basis.
Ready to serve In the 2021-2022 School Year? applications open mid-April:
MEC Reading Corps programs and practices fully support the GELN Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Grades K-3 and the Essential School-wide and Center-Wide Practices in Literacy.