AmeriCorps Ambassadors of Mentoring

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Become an AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring

The AmeriCorps Ambassadors of Mentoring Recruitment is now open! Read about the positions below! 

The AmeriCorps Ambassadors of Mentoring (AAOMs) are AmeriCorps members who are placed at mentoring programs and youth-serving organizations statewide to help strengthen programs in the areas of match support, program development, marketing, strategic planning and mentor/mentee recruitment, mentor/mentee or parent training and curriculum development, and program development and start-up. 

AAOMs work on volunteer mentor recruitment efforts in their host organization as well as work with other corps members to complete statewide community service projects that benefit the field of mentoring in Massachusetts. Since 2008, 175 AAOMs have served through 64 mentoring agencies with an average of 1,500 volunteer inquiries that resulted in an average of 379 mentors matched each year. AAOMs have reached more than 10,000 youth through nearly 35,000 hours of service.

*Is your program interested in hosting an Ambassador? Learn more here.*

For more information about AmeriCorps, please click here.

Ready for an amazing year?
APPLY TODAY!! Check out the opportunities below and read about the interview process here.

Why AAOM? - Check out the benefits of being a member of the Corps. 

Leadership Development - Find out how you can grow during your year of service. 

For more information, contact Rosie McMahan, AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring Program Manager, at

Mass Mentoring Partnership and its site partners are equal opportunity employers. Mass Mentoring Partnership makes reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities for interview as well as service term. All position acceptances are contingent upon a successful background check. 

2020-2021 Open Fellow Positions

AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring at Boston Higher Education Resource Center

Boston, MA

The AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring Passport to College Alumni Mentoring Coordinator will build the capacity of our Passport Alumni Program to build a mentoring program for our Passport to College Alumni students enrolled in college. The Alumni Program works to ensure students persist all the way through college and into the workforce, ultimately closing the achievement gap for low-income students in Boston. The mentoring program is an essential component to assure the success of our mission. Please read about the position here


AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring at Old Colony YMCA Mentoring Program

Brockton, MA

The mission of Old Colony Y Mentoring is to provide meaningful and professionally supported 1:1 relationships that guide a youth towards developing their sparks and achieving their full potential.  The Old Colony AmeriCorps Ambassador of Mentoring (AAOM) will increase our capacity to serve more children by researching best practices and designing new and creative recruitment strategies while supporting ongoing efforts to facilitate positive 1:1 mentoring relationships throughout Southeastern Massachusetts. Click here for the position description.