Host Sites

Members are placed with compatible host sites through a mutual-selection process. During the summer program, a “Meet & Greet” scenario is used in which each candidate has the opportunity for a 5-7 minute interview with every host site. At the end of these interviews, candidates and host sites are asked to list their preferences and KEYS makes assignments accordingly.

During the full-year program, once a candidate is offered an invitation to the program, he or she will receive information about each of our host sites. The candidate is responsible for setting up interviews with host sites to find his or her placement for the program year.

AIU Lincoln Park Higher Achievement Propel Charter Schools
Braddock Carnegie Library Holy Family Institute Rankin Christian Center
Braddock Redux Homewood Children's Village Reading is FUNdamental
Braddock Youth Project Manchester Academic Charter School Urban Pathways Charter School
Brashear Association Mt Ararat Volunteers of America
Carnegie Science Center MUSA YMCA Allegheny
Crossroads Foundation Neighborhood Learning Alliance YMCA Centre Ave
Earthen Vessels Outreach Pittsburgh Linden YMCA Hilltop
East End Cooperative Ministries Pittsburgh Sterrett YouthWorks, Inc.
   
   
   

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The KEYS Service Corps AmeriCorps® Program is sponsored by PennSERVE, the Governor’s Office of Citizen Service, the
Allegheny County Department of Human Services
, Office of Community Services, and local schools and community based organizations.
KEYS Service Corps and the Corporation for National and Community Service programs are available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, political affiliation, or other non-merit factors. Anyone believing he or she has been subjected to discrimination on these groups by the Corporation for National and Community Service, AmeriCorps, or one of its grantees may contact our Office of Civil Rights and Inclusiveness at (202) 606-7503 or email at eo@cns.gov.