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AmeriCorps Openings @ Exchange Club’s Project TLC

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 Project TLC (To Love a Child), hosted by the Exchange Club Family Center in Memphis, was the first program of its kind in West Tennessee to take a direct stand against child abuse and directly focuses on the issue area and nationality of Human Needs: children and youth. Ameri-Corps Project TLC’s service activities are de-signed to meet the various needs of “at risk” and abusive parents by teaching them positive parenting skills through parenting education courses, providing on-site and home-based training to families, and advocating for abused children’s best interests in court custody and visitation decisions. AmeriCorps members provide emotional support and essentially serve as role models to their clients.

  1. Apply online at https://my.americorps.gov/
  2. Send email to project.tlc@hotmail.com when application is completed to request a reference form for a third reference.
  3. Submit a copy of your birth certificate, driver’s license, social security card and proof of insurance.  (Note: We will need to view the originals of the above documents at some point during the orientation process).
  4. Official High School and College Transcripts are required.  Please request them to be sent to:

Attn: Tiffany Smith, AmeriCorps Program Director

2180 Union Ave.  Memphis, TN  38104

5.  Attend an applicant orientation  (dates TBA)

All documents may be brought or mailed to the above.

Minimum qualifications:

  • 19 years of age or older
  • Minimum 2 years of College Preferred (Social Sciences Bachelors Degree Preferred)
  • Able to pass a background check

When the above steps are completed, an interview will be scheduled.

When the above steps are completed, an interview will be scheduled.

Please call Tiffany Smith at 276-2200 x 159 or email tsmith@exchangeclub.net if you have questions.

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Everyone who applies for an AmeriCorps position is now required to complete an online application. When completing an AmeriCorps application, please be sure to have the following information:

  1. Employment History/ Resume’
  2. Community Service Experience
  3. Two personal/ professional references
  4. Please note for Project TLC a total of 3 references are required.

To access the MyAmericorps website, click or type the following link:

https://my.americorps.gov/mp/login.do

Complete the following steps to apply for an AmeriCorps -Project TLC position:

  • Click on the Apply to Serve link
  • Enter the information requested (4 steps)
  • Click Finish
  • You will receive an automatic email to the email address you provide
  • Open the email sent to you and click the link provided
  • Create a username and password
  • Click Applications link
  • Click Create Application link
  • Enter information
  • Enter your references (be sure to click the link to have an email sent to your reference)
  • Click the Finish Application link
  • Click Search Listings link
  • In Program name field type Project TLC
  • Click Search
  • Select  Project TLC by the (*) to apply for  a either a part-time or full-time position
  • Click Apply Now
  • Certify that everything is correct
  • Click Submit

Note:  If you’d like to be considered for both part-time and full-time positions, please make sure that you apply for both part-time and full-time positions.

Once your application has been received, please send an email to project.tlc@hotmail.com  advising of your application.

Note:  Applying for a position with Project TLC requires additional references.   Please request a reference form when you’ve completed your online application if you have not received one.

 

Questions?    Please contact, Tiffany Smith, Project TLC Program Director at 901-276-2200 x159 or email tsmith@exchangeclub.net.

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Mentor Coordinator – Desoto Youth Court

DeSoto County Youth Court, on behalf of VISTA, is currently seeking applicants for the Full Time Position of Mentor Coordinator.  Interested candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in any given field.
The Mentor Coordinator will be responsible for the following:
  • Recruit qualified mentors
  • Train mentors/mentees
  • Conduct Background checks, perform face to face interviews,  and review references for potential mentors
  • Pair Mentors with Mentees
  • Assist mentors/mentees/parents or guardians of mentees with any issues that may arise
  • Keep any records that may be required for AmeriCorps*Vista
  • Assist the mentors/mentees with any barriers that may arise (i.e. facilitating discussions between the school, parent, child, and mentor; directing the mentee family to local programs that may assist with needs, etc.)
  • Any other duties pertinent to the position that may arise.

Resume and cover letter are required.  

Deadline for submission is October 15th.

 

Email to: glee@desotocountyms.gov

Mail to: Judge Celeste Wilson

DeSoto County Courthouse

2535 Highway 51 South

Hernando, MS 38632

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AmeriCorps Project TLC @ Exchange Club

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You can earn up to $5,550 towards the cost of your education, while you serve your community!!!

AmeriCorps Project TLC is offering full-time & half-time, one year positions in Memphis beginning August 2013.

You will earn an educational award to help pay for college, graduate school, vocational/technical training, or to pay off student loans.

  • Full-time -1,725 hours minimum ($5,550) plus a modest living stipend, insurance and child care (if eligible)
  •  Half-time – 925 hours minimum ($2,775)

Meanwhile, you will gain:

  • Invaluable communication and networking skills
  • Satisfaction of being challenged and making a difference
  • Opportunities to be a catalyst for positive change
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership & Responsibility
  • Experience for a future career

For more information email   

tsmith@exchangeclub.net

“I’ve worked in lots of jobs, but this is without a doubt one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. It’ll be a tough act to follow.” – Kathy Henderson

 

This program is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee

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Bridges – Americorps Openings

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POSITION TITLE: BRIDGES AmeriCorps Full-Time Member: Bridge Builders®  Facilitation Specialist

REPORTS TO: Director of Community Engagement

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

BRIDGES is seeking four full-time AmeriCorps Members (1700 hours of service required) to serve as Facilitation Specialists for the Bridge Builders® program from August 1, 2013 to July 31, 2014. Members will serve an average 35-40 hours per week during the academic year and 40+ hours per week during the summer (June –July).

BENEFITS:

AmeriCorps Members will receive a stipend of $17,000 and, upon completion of service, an education award of $5,550. Other benefits include health insurance, student loan deferment, professional networking and training and the opportunity to serve with a dedicated team of AmeriCorps members and BRIDGES staff to create positive community change.

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Apply online at http://www.bridgesusa.org/americorps. For additional information about AmeriCorps, please visit http://www.americorps.gov. For additional information about BRIDGES and the Bridge Builders® program, please visit http://www.bridgesusa.org

ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

BRIDGES unites and inspires diverse young people to become confident and courageous leaders committed to community transformation. Our Bridge Builders® program uses an experiential learning/adventure based education model to bring together middle and high school youth from more than 120 schools across the Greater Memphis area. Located in the Uptown neighborhood, the BRIDGES Center is the first green commercial building in Memphis and features a state of the art indoor high ropes course and rock climbing wall.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Serve 35-40 hours per week during the academic year and 40+ hours per week during the summer. Program dates and times vary but normally occur during the school day and afterschool (Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 8pm), and on weekends (Saturdays from 8am-5pm and Sundays from 1pm – 8pm). Intensive summer programming occurs May 28 – July 28; hours vary but normally occur Monday through Friday from 7:30am-8:00pm.

2. Facilitate/co-facilitate Bridge Builders meetings, workshops and full day events on-site at the BRIDGES Center and in schools and outside organizations (members will receive training in the Bridge Builders curriculum and facilitation).

3. Lead groups of 15-25 adolescent youth through experiential learning activities and discussions focused on leadership, community and justice.

4. Assist with the recruitment and retention of Bridge Builders participants and BRIDGES Corps volunteers, including distributing materials, building relationships with youth organizations and colleges, and attracting new partners and program participants.

5. Prepare and maintain program materials and curriculum and assist with set-up, logistics and clean-up for BRIDGES meetings, events and trainings.

6. Facilitate pre- and post-program evaluations.

7. Attend and provide support at BRIDGES events, including volunteer trainings, parent meetings and community events.

8. Represent BRIDGES and the AmeriCorps program through social media and events.

9. Ensure, with the guidance of the Director of Bridge Builders,that risk management procedures are implemented and followed during Bridge Builders® programming.

10. Perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Director of Community Engagement or other senior managers.

QUALIFICATIONS/STRENGTHS:

1. To serve in AmeriCorps, individuals must be at least 17 years of age; have a high school diploma or GED; and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien. Documentation of age, education and citizenship are required once an offer has been extended.

2. Embraces the AmeriCorps Spirit of Service; seeks to serve wherever needed in order to support the Bridge Builders program and youth participants.

3. Experience working with adolescent youth. Experience in the field of experiential/ adventure based education is a plus.

4. Possess a genuine interest, knowledge and passion for BRIDGES mission and Bridge Builders program components, including community building, leadership development and youth-led movements for racial, economic, educational and environmental justice.

5. Desire to work with a diverse population of adolescent youth and to assist in coaching and developing the strengths and skills of youth participants so that their unique assets are recognized and developed.

6. Is a lifelong learner.

7. Strong communication skills; demonstrated interpersonal, intercultural, and leadership skills.

8. Detail oriented with ability to multi-task.

9. Must be computer literate with knowledge of and experience using Microsoft products.

10. Must have reliable transportation to the BRIDGES Center and to multiple program venues throughout the city.

11. Must be able to work evenings and weekends on a regular basis.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

 

1. Requires ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit departments at BRIDGES Center, schools, off campus training sessions, summer camps and conferences, etc.

2. Member will participate in all high-energy activities of the Experiential Learning Center; participation requires ability to climb, run, stoop, elevate to high ropes course, etc.

3. Able to lift, carry and / or move 40 pounds unassisted and up to 75 pounds with assistance.

4. Member is regularly required to walk, talk, see and hear.

5. While performing the duties of this job, the member is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear and see.

6. The member is required to use hands and fingers to operate, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms.

7. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

In compliance with applicable law, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

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JOB DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE:

Bridge Builders® Facilitator Intern

REPORTS TO:

Director of Community Engagement

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

Intern will serve as a trained facilitator in BRIDGES youth programs. The intern will be responsible for leading and/or co-leading groups of 15-20 adolescent youth through experiential learning activities and discussions focused on community, leadership and justice.

INTERNSHIP HOURS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Interns will sign-up each month to facilitate meetings and events that occur in the evenings (4-8pm) and on Saturdays. All interns are also required to participate in the BRIDGES Corps program, which provides trainings and events to BRIDGES interns and volunteers. A minimum of 80 hours per semester is required for the internship. This is an unpaid internship, however, it may be eligible for academic credit (please contact your faculty advisor or university advisor).

To apply, please visit http://www.bridgesusa.org/internships and fill out the online application. A resume and cover letter will need to be attached to the application as well.

TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Facilitate and/or co-facilitate groups of 10-20 youth through experiential learning activities and discussions focused on leadership, community, and social justice issues in Memphis.

2. Attend Bridge Builders® meetings and events held during the evenings and on Saturdays and participate in curriculum training and review prior to meeting/event.

3. Assist staff in preparing and setting up for meetings and events, student check-in, and dismissal.

4. Create relationships and establish rapport with students and provide a safe group learning environment.

5. Participate in all trainings and events as part of BRIDGES Corps program.

6. Perform administrative tasks, including tracking of student and volunteer attendance, correspondence, and mailings, as needed.

7. Maintain level of respect with students, and confidentiality of student information, EXCEPT in suspicion of abuse, or declaration of abuse.(*Refer to training documents.)

8. Other reasonable duties as assigned by the Director of Community Engagement, Director of Bridge Builders, and/or Bridge Builders staff.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

1. Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

2. Must be available nights and weekends and have access to reliable transportation to be able to attend meetings and events at BRIDGES and throughout Memphis.

3. Familiarity with and commitment to BRIDGES and its mission/values.

4. Must possess high-energy, enthusiasm and strong initiative.

5. Ability to speak comfortably and effectively in front of large and/or small groups.

6. A genuine interest, knowledge and passion for working with a diverse population of adolescent youth, college students and adults.

7. Values diversity and seeks out opportunities to interact and learn in diverse settings; ability to work in a diverse team.

8. Experience and/or interest in experiential/adventure education.

9. Exhibit strong professionalism at all times as well as a strong commitment to lifelong learning.

10. Strength in developing and maintaining positive working relationships where open communication exists with BRIDGES staff, other facilitators, and participants.

11. Must pass background check and drug screen after offer and prior to start date.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

1. Intern will regularly participant in high-energy activities that require running, stooping, etc.

2. While performing the duties of this position, intern is regularly required to walk, talk, see and hear.

3. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

4. Requires ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit departments at BRIDGES Center and to attend any sessions held off campus.

5. The Intern is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands and fingers to operate, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms.

6. The Intern must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

In compliance with applicable law, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

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BRIDGES looking to fill four full-time AmeriCorps Positions

POSITION TITLEBRIDGES AmeriCorps Member: Bridge Builders® Facilitation Specialist

REPORTS TODirector of Community Engagement

 

POSITION DESCRIPTIONBRIDGES is seeking four (4) full-time AmeriCorps members to

serve as Facilitation Specialists for the Bridge Builders® program. This is a one-year, full time

(1700 hours required) position from August 1, 2012 to July 31, 2013. Members will work 25-30

hours per week during the school year (August – May) and 40+ hours per week during the summer (June – July).

BENEFITS:  AmeriCorps members will receive a living stipend of $17,000 per year, an  education award of $5,550, and full employee benefits, including health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave. Other benefits include student loan deferment, professional training, valuable networking opportunities, and working with a dedicated team of AmeriCorps members and BRIDGES staff to create positive community change in Memphis.

ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  Founded in 1922, BRIDGES is a local non-profit located in Memphis, Tennessee. Its mission is to build a community of leaders to advance racial, economic, educational and environmental justice. Located in the Uptown neighborhood, the BRIDGES Center is the first green commercial building in Memphis and features a state of the art indoor high ropes course and rock climbing wall. Founded in 1988, the Bridge Builders® program uses experiential learning/adventure based education to empower diverse youth leaders to create positive community change. Bridge Builders® currently serves approximately 5,000 youth from more than 100 schools across the Greater Memphis area.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Serve 25-35 hours per week during the school year and 40+ hours per week during the summer. Program dates and times vary but normally occur during the school day and afterschool (Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 8pm), and on weekends (Saturdays from 8am-5pm and Sundays from 1pm – 5pm). Intensive summer programming occurs May 29 – July 28 with required attendance Monday through Friday from 7:30am-6:30pm and Saturdays from 7:30am-3:30pm.

2. Facilitate/co-facilitate Bridge Builders® programming – including meetings, workshops and full day events and conferences – in schools, community organizations and on-site at the BRIDGES Center.

3. Lead groups of 10-20 youth through experiential learning activities and discussions focused on leadership,  cmmunity and justice.

4. Prepare program materials, handouts, curriculum guides, etc. for all meetings, events and trainings.

5. Assist in the managing and maintenance of curriculum tools and supplies.

6. Facilitate pre- and post-program evaluations.

7. Assist with the recruitment and retention of Bridge Builders participants.

8. Support the positive development and sustaining of partnerships with schools and other community organizations.

9. Ensure, with the guidance of the Director of Bridge Builders® , that risk management procedures are implemented and followed during Bridge Builders®  programming.

10. Represent BRIDGES at events, conferences, meetings, public forums, etc. that may require speaking to groups on behalf of BRIDGES.

11. Attend all trainings per AmeriCorps and BRIDGES requirements.

12. Perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Director of Community Engagement or other senior managers.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. To serve in AmeriCorps, individuals must be at least 17 years of age; have a high school diploma or GED; and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien. Documentation of age, education and citizenship are required.

2. Experience providing and leading programs for adolescent youth in the field of experiential/adventure based education.

3. Possess a genuine interest in and desire for knowledge that promotes the mission of BRIDGES, including community building, leadership development and youth-led movements for racial, economic, educational and environmental justice.

4. Possess a genuine interest, knowledge and passion for working with a diverse population of adolescent youth so that their unique assets are recognized and developed.

5. Is a lifelong learner and exhibits this in his/her life.

6. Have experience and enthusiasm for coaching and developing the strengths and skills of youth participants.

7. Values diversity and seeks out opportunities for self, staff, volunteers and program participants to interact and learn in diverse settings.

8. Detail oriented with ability to multi-task while maintaining high quality accountability measurements and documentation for the Bridge Builders® program and each of its components.

9. Strength in developing and maintaining positive working relationships where open communication exists with BRIDGES staff, community partners and funding agencies.

10. Good verbal and written communication skills (interpersonal, intercultural and corporate); good interpersonal and leadership skills.

11. Must be computer literate with knowledge of and experience using Microsoft products.

12. Must possess a valid driver’s license and show proof of liability insurance coverage as required by the laws of the State of Tennessee and as outlined in the BRIDGES Employee Handbook.

13. Must have own means of reliable transportation to work and to multiple program venues throughout the city.

14. Must be flexible and able to work evenings and weekends as required.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

1. Requires ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit departments at BRIDGES Center, schools, off campus training sessions, summer camps and conferences, etc.

2. Employee will participate in all high-energy activities of the Experiential Learning Center; participation requires ability to climb, run, stoop, elevate to high ropes course, etc.

3. Able to lift, carry and / or move 40 pounds unassisted and up to 75 pounds with assistance.

4. Employee is regularly required to walk, talk, see and hear.

5. Requires excellent communication skills, both spoken and written.

6. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear and see. The employee is required to use hands and fingers to operate, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

In compliance with applicable law, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Julia McWhirter, Director of Community Engagement, at jmcwhirter@bridgesusa.org by July 1, 2012. Resumes will be reviewed as they are received. Due to the large amount of applicants, only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted. Applicants selected for an interview will also be required to submit an application through the My AmeriCorps portal. For additional information about AmeriCorps, please visit www.americorps.gov.  For additional information about BRIDGES and the Bridge Builders program, please visit www.bridgesusa.org.

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AmeriCorps Positions with Families of Incarcerated Individuals

FAMILIES OF INCARCERATED INDIVIDUALS, INC

Americorp Vista Associate – Resource Coordinator

              (CLOSING DATE: JUNE 7, 2012)

 

 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop educational and employment leads
  • Increase capacity by researching advocacy activities for program participants
  • Organize supportive services for program participants for referrals
  • Plan resource workshops, support groups, and workforce development trainings
  • Develop new and strengthen existing community partnerships

 

    Qualifications

Knowledge and Skills

  • Knowledge of program administration and supervision
  • Competency in oral and written communication
  • Ability to take the initiative, and to implement short and long range plans concurrently, and to work with the minimum direct supervision
  • Well-organized with the ability to shift priorities in response to changing needs and adjust
  • Recognize and believe in the self-worth and potential of exoffenders and their families
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, EXCEL, MS Outlook and PowerPoint required
  • A valid Tennessee driver’s license, reliable automobile with liability insurance

 

Education and Experience

 

The position requires an individual with a Bachelor’s degree or some college in a human services or social science area or equivalent experience, with a minimum of 2 years experience in working with youth and/or adult programs. Experience in non profit community service work is a plus.

 

*****This is an 1-Year AMERICORP VISTA position with several perks: monthly stipend and choice of a $1500 cash stipend or $5350 education award at the completion of service. *****To find out more about Americorp Vista, please visit www.americorp.gov

 

To apply for this position please send a resume and cover letter to:  mnebo@familiesofincarcerated.org

**No phone calls please**

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FAMILIES OF INCARCERATED INDIVIDUALS, INC

Americorp Vista Associate – Community Relations

              (CLOSING DATE: JUNE 7, 2012)

 

 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities within the organization
  • Develop new and strengthen existing donor/volunteer management
  • Oversee FII’s donor/volunteer opportunities
  • Develop marketing materials to be used by volunteers, partners, and staff
  • Develop new and strengthen existing community partnerships

 Qualifications

Knowledge and Skills

  • Knowledge of program administration
  • Knowledge of community programs and events
  • Competency in oral and written communication
  • Ability to take the initiative, and to implement short and long range plans concurrently, and to work with the minimum direct supervision
  • Well-organized with the ability to shift priorities in response to changing needs and adjust
  • Recognize and believe in the self-worth and potential of exoffenders and their families
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, EXCEL, MS Outlook and PowerPoint required
  • A valid Tennessee driver’s license, reliable automobile with liability insurance

 

Education and Experience

 

The position requires an individual with a Bachelor’s degree or some college in a human service or social science area or equivalent experience, with a minimum of 2 years experience in working youth and/or adult programs. Experience in non profit community service work is a plus.

 

*****This is an 1-Year AMERICORP VISTA position with several perks: monthly stipend and choice of a cash stipend $1500 or $5350 education award at the completion of service. *****To find out more about Americorp Vista, please visit www.americorp.gov

 

To apply for this position please send a resume and cover letter to:  mnebo@familiesofincarcerated.org

**No phone calls please**

 

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Paid Volunteer Opportunities

Girl Scouts Heart of the South is partnering with AmeriCorps National Program to offer two great paid volunteer opportunities in the Memphis area for the 2012-2013 membership year.  There are two year- long assignments available.

Position Requirements:

  • Assisting current staff with developing recruitment and retention methods
  • Expanding current community partnerships that will help increase and sustain Girl Scout membership.
  • Support members recruited through the outreach program by implementing product sales to fund activities.
  • Help recruit and support volunteers during membership summer initiatives.
  • Creating and implementing a system for recruiting adult and teen volunteers to enhance and sustain programs in underserved areas.
  • Assisting program department with Girl Scout program development and implementation.
  • Identifying strategies to improve effectiveness and efficiency data entry process for new members

Qualification Requirements:                                              

  • Recognize and believe in the self-worth and potential of girls
  • Bring high energy, vitality and enthusiasm while enabling group cooperation and fostering group cohesiveness
  • Ability to take the initiative, and to implement short and long range plans concurrently, and to work with minimum direct supervision
  • Well organized with the ability to shift priorities in response to changing needs and adjust work to accommodate shifts in organizational priorities
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, and some evenings; able to provide own transportation
  • Valid driver’s license and a driving record that meets the requirements for coverage through the council’s business auto insurance carrier

All candidates must have a High School Diploma or GED and the candidate must also possess excellent time management and good organizational skills.  Ability to work a flexible work schedule when necessary is also required.  This is a 12 month-volunteer position that comes with several perks: monthly stipend, healthcare benefits for qualifying families, childcare benefits for up to four children choice of $1500 cash stipend or $5350 education award at completion of assignment.

Due to the time needed to complete the program, we ask that AmeriCorps Volunteers have graduated from school.

AmeriCorps offers great benefits.  Send resumes to: fabayo.powell@girlscoutshs.org.  No phone calls please.  Deadline for submission is Monday, March 19th. For more information regarding AmeriCorps volunteer programs, please visit www.americorp.gov.

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