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Job Opportunities

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Opportunities Within Bonner Network

 

Berea College CELTS Training Resource Specialist VISTA

The Berea College Center for Excellence in Learning through Service (CELTS) is seeking applicants for a VISTA Training Resource Specialist, to begin in summer 2020. Read the full description and directions for applying here.

 

As part of the Berea College Center for Excellence in Learning through Service (CELTS) team, the AmeriCorps VISTA member will support community-based civic engagement programs by developing and implementing trainings for student leaders and volunteers. The VISTA, in collaboration with CELTS staff, will leverage the team-based leadership development structures of CELTS to focus on empowering, training, and mentoring student leaders. Duties include but are not limited to:

 

  • Research best practices for trainings, training resources and related processes, for college volunteers and college student staff, especially related to scaffolded training for students with varying levels of leadership experience.
  •  Create training manuals, training resources, and related processes for community-engaged student leaders, with an eye towards maximizing technological opportunities for implementation, storage, and sharing.
  • In collaboration with CELTS staff and student leaders, facilitate trainings and meetings for student leaders and volunteers.
  • Provide supplementary on-site support and oversight for students who are working through CELTS and CELTS programs, including communication with community-based partners.

 

The person serving in this position will be part of the Kentucky Campus Compact (KyCC) VISTA program. KyCC is a statewide coalition of Kentucky colleges and universities, promoting college access, college attainment, and community impact. The KyCC VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) program places VISTA members throughout the Commonwealth to combat poverty and build capacity in community organizations, Kentucky colleges and universities, the Appalachian Region and the Kentucky Promise Zone. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Completion of an undergraduate college degree
  • Experience and/or skills in the following areas: 

o   volunteering in a community setting

o   working with college student volunteers and/or service-learning students

o   working with diverse college student populations

o   understanding of identity development in college students

o   presenting, public speaking, and group facilitation/training

o   developing electronic resources

  • Basic computer skills
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to drive Berea College motor-pool vehicles

 

 

Siena College VISTA Fellows Program

The Siena College AmeriCorps VISTA Fellows program is accepting applications for various community engaged positions. This is a great opportunity for 2020 Bonner graduates to expand their experience and skills while fighting poverty in the Capital Region of New York State!

 

As a Siena College VISTA Fellow, you will:

  • Be matched to a local nonprofit organization that is addressing gaps in education, health care, the environment, housing, criminal justice, or economic development.

  • Serve as a liaison connecting the resources of the nonprofit, the community, and Siena.

  • Participate in professional development which will include grant writing, community outreach, volunteer mobilization, program development, and more.

  • Collaborate, bond, and grow as part of a cohort of 30 postgraduates.

 

 

During your service you will:

  • Receive a living allowance

  • Have FREE access to Siena College dining, gym, and library services, as well as free public transportation

  • Have the option to receive an Education Award of over $6,000 at the end of your service or a cash payout of over $1800.

  • Financial relocation assistance is available.

 

For more information contact William Figueroa at 518-782-6989 or wfigueroa@siena.edu

To apply or learn more visit my.americorps.gov before May 15th.

 

Opportunities Outside Bonner Network

 

College for Social Innovation Marketing AmeriCorps VISTA

Reporting to the Marketing Team, the Marketing VISTA will work to advance the capacity of Semester in the City through marketing collateral and social media campaigns. The right candidate will be interested in expanding the academic and economic opportunities of college students, have a passion for relationship building, and an interest in graphic creation. This is an AmeriCorps VISTA position and requires a 12 month commitment with an option to commit to a second year. This is an ideal role for an emerging professional interested in using marketing tools and social media to further the educational and economic opportunities of low-income individuals. Visit this page to learn more and apply for the position. 

 

College for Social Innovation Program AmeriCorps VISTA

Reporting to the Program Director for Internships and serving as a member of the Program Team, the Program VISTA will play a key role in advancing the relationships between the College for Social Innovation and their partners, as well as forging new partnerships with an anti-poverty focus. The right candidate will be an adept communicator, with strong interpersonal/organizing skills, and a passion for social good who wants to help our community flourish. This is a VISTA/AmeriCorp position and requires a 12 month commitment with an option to commit to a second year. This is an ideal role for an emerging professional interested in the nonprofit industry and the community improvement efforts they are engaged in. Visit this page to learn more and apply for the position. 

 

College for Social Innovation Recruitment AmeriCorps VISTA

Reporting to the Recruitment Team, the Recruitment VISTA will play a key role in advancing the relationships between the College for Social Innovation and their partners, specifically college success organizations, as well as forging new relationships with low-income college students at our partner colleges. The right candidate will be a confident organizer with strong interpersonal skills, and a passion for working with low-income communities to increase their economic opportunities. This is a VISTA/AmeriCorps position and requires a 10-12 month commitment with an option to commit to a second year. This is an ideal role for an emerging professional interested in working with and on behalf of low-income college students through creation of skill building/economic advancement workshops and partnerships. Visit this page to learn more and apply for the position. 

 

Invisible Children Summer 2020 Internship II Engagement and Administration

The Engagement and Administration Internship is key to ensuring that the headquarters office is able to provide maximum support to our teams on the ground as they work with central African communities. This person takes on two very important roles. First, you’ll engage donors and supporters through direct one-on-one communication as well as through mass marketing and social media – flexing your customer service muscles to ensure that everyone who interacts with Invisible Children has a positive and empowering experience. Second, you’ll support staff across departments with various administrative projects to ensure that we are as efficient and effective as possible. Depending on how public health concerns surrounding COVID-19 develop, the internship will either take place at Invisible Children’s office located just off the Shaw/Howard Metro stop in NW Washington, DC or be a remote position. Visit this page to learn more and apply for the position. 

 

New Story Housing Research Fellow

As a Research Fellow, you will analyze case studies and innovative solutions for a specific housing or urban planning intervention in Mexico, including but not limited to:

  • housing typologies (ground-up construction, retrofitting, preservation strategies, infill, self-built, incremental housing, prefabrication, ADU’s, micro-homes single-family, multi-family, zoning changes for density, etc.)
  • financial innovations (micro-loans, innovative financial models and subsidies, innovative inventive models tax credits, preservation credits, federal / state / municipal financial incentives, etc.)
  • policy innovations (zoning, streamline development/permitting process, etc.)
  • support services (homelessness shelters, innovative assistance programs, temporary housing, etc.).

Visit this page to learn more and apply for the position.