For nearly 40 years, the Westmoreland Service Corps (WSC) has offered five young adults an opportunity for year-long meaningful service, simple living and spiritual growth in intentional community.
However, after careful consideration and deliberation, we have ceased recruitment for the 2022-2023 program year to create space for examination and re-visioning.
During this time, we encourage anyone interested in service opportunities to contact the following local agencies directly. Thank you.
Action in Montgomery (AIM) builds citizen power to effect change by developing leaders in congregations, public schools, and neighborhood associations to act
together on issues that matter to their communities. Issues tackled include affordable housing, transit justice, the Maryland DREAM Act, and more.
Samaritan Ministry works to improve the lives of all throughout the Greater Washington area, one next step and one neighbor at a time. Most of our participants need our support with their employment, education, health, or housing goals — but we will work with anyone who wants help!
Legal Assistant – Detained Adult Program
Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition (CAIR) strives to ensure equal justice for all immigrant men, women, and children at risk of detention and deportation in the DC metropolitan area and beyond.
Note: Written and oral Spanish fluency strongly preferred; driver's license required.
Clinic Facilitator or NIH Endocrine Clinic Facilitator
Mobile Medical Care serves low-income, uninsured, and Medicaid-enrolled residents through a network of seven primary care clinics and two specialty care clinics located throughout Montgomery County to reach areas of greatest unmet medical need.
Note: Spanish required
SEEC (Seeking Employment, Equality and Community) helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to work, make friends, learn and live in homes of their choosing.
Year of Service Fellowship
Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) works with vulnerable populations across Latin American and the Caribbean to improve human development and human security.
Note: Spanish required
WATER (Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual) is a non-profit educational center and public charity in Silver Spring, MD that connects activists, religious leaders, students, scholars, and allies who are using feminist religious values to create social and religious change.
Note: Spanish fluency and technical proficiency are pluses