Open Positions with Campus Compact VISTA

Campus Compact is looking for talented, emerging leaders from diverse backgrounds and experiences to commit to a year of national service to make a lasting impact and break the cycle of poverty. Join a dynamic, motivated, nationwide corps of like-minded people working to make a difference!

Recruitment is now open for positions across the United States. AmeriCorps members serving with Campus Compact VISTA are leveraged to build capacity in one of five anti-poverty priority areas: Education, Economic Opportunity, Healthy Futures, Veterans and Military Families, and Environmental Stewardship. You must complete and submit your application to sites in the MyAmeriCorps Portal to apply. The process is competitive and positions fill quickly, apply early!

Benefits of Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA service include: choice of Segal Education Award or end-of-service stipend, bi-weekly living allowance (determined by county), relocation allowance (if moving more than 50 miles),  basic health coverage, two weeks paid sick leave, two weeks paid personal leave, student loan forbearance or deferment if eligible, Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE) for 1 year after the successful completion of VISTA service, ongoing training, support, and professional development, and childcare assistance if eligible. In addition, many host sites offer additional benefits; check the individual listings for more information.

VISTA Openings by State:

Campus Compact VISTA Leader - Boston, MA OR Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps VISTA Leader serving with Campus Compact will build program capacity alongside our staff team based in Boston, MA and Chicago, IL. Our leaders support our multi-state cohort of AmeriCorps members throughout the United States. Campus Compact is a coalition of colleges and universities dedicated to advancing the public purposes of higher education and an intermediary sponsor for an AmeriCorps VISTA program. A projected 65 AmeriCorps members will be leveraged by higher education institutions and their community partners to build capacity for education, economic success, healthy futures, and veterans & military families that directly impact economically disadvantaged individuals. As a corps, Campus Compact AmeriCorps members benefit from a variety of professional development opportunities and shared virtual and in-person training including virtual or overnight retreats throughout their service year. You will be part of a team of up to five VISTA leaders and three staff members supporting the personal and professional development of Campus Compact’s cohort of AmeriCorps members throughout their service year. Positions will be located in Massachusetts in Boston, MA and in Illinois in the metropolitan Chicago area. **Please note: You must have served a full term as either an AmeriCorps member or Peace Corps member to be eligible to serve as a VISTA Leader.**

Based on the cost of living in the county in which you will serve, the biweekly living allowance for these positions is $1,120 in Boston (Suffolk County) or $667.52 in Chicago (Cook County). In addition to the benefits listed, Campus Compact will provide partial rent support paid directly to the landlord as well as access to professional development opportunities for individuals serving in these roles. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email us at vista@compact.org.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA Leader will assist in the creation and provision of member training, technical assistance, resources, and support to the national Campus Compact cohort. The VISTA Leader will maintain regular communication with an assigned portfolio of members and host site program staff via phone, email, periodic in-person meetings, and site visits. Alongside the build out of annual training and member support program, VISTA Leaders conduct and develop data collection & evaluation processes, research, and resource materials for VISTA host sites and members, and build capacity for program communications and recruitment. 

Program Benefits: Health Coverage,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Relocation Allowance,  Partial rent subsidy,  Training, Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend, and Living Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
02/28/2022  –   02/27/2023
Contact Matt Farley
89 S. ST.
BOSTON   MA   02111
617-553-5532
vista@compact.org

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=103073

Arapahoe Community College Workforce Development - Littleton, CO (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Arapahoe Community College (ACC) will, in conjunction with ACC’s Career Services, Workforce & Community Programs Office, and Admissions, build the capacity of the college to connect low-income students to obtain workforce training, education, and skills that meet employer needs and lead to increased employment through conducting research, analyzing data, building partnerships, and developing a sustainable pipeline for improved job placement from both credit and non-credit programs.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Arapahoe Community College will, in conjunction with Arapahoe Community College’s Career Services, Workforce & Community Programs Office, and Admissions, build the capacity of the college to connect low-income students to obtain workforce training, education, and skills that meet employer needs and lead to increased employment through conducting research, analyzing data, building partnerships, and developing a sustainable pipeline for improved job placement from both credit and non-credit programs.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $674.66. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a parking pass, access to free/reduced courses, fitness center access, internet/phone stipend, a laptop for remote work, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at Arapahoe Community College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Laura Aycock
5900 S Santa Fe Dr
Littleton, CO 80120
303-797-5885
Laura.Aycock@arapahoe.edu
Listing ID 110501

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110501

 

Connecticut College New London - New London, CT (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member at Connecticut College will support high school students by connecting them to mentees from Connecticut College. Mentees will provide tutoring, enrichment opportunities, help prepare students for post-secondary success, and incorporate regular community-building activities into the program. The VISTA member will work closely with Connecticut College DIEI, the Holleran Center, and New London High School to identify ways college resources can best support high school students. Additionally, the AmeriCorps member will research best practices for college aspirations, college access programming, and career readiness.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at Connecticut College New London will: 1. Strengthen collaborative capacity to increase student achievement. 2. Enhance assessment and college student leadership development tools. 3. Increase knowledge of poverty and its impact on educational disparities. 4. Develop skills related to optimal team functioning. 5. Support relationship development with New London High School. 6. Cultivate relationships with key school personnel and community partners. 7. Build on current initiatives to support success for high school participants. 8. Design programming supported by academic research and priorities identified by partners. 

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a partial meal plan, and a parking pass. The AmeriCorps member serving at Connecticut College New London will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Patrick Lynch
270 Mohegan Ave
New London, CT 06320
860-439-2958
plynch@conncoll.edu
Listing ID 110391

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110391

Gateway Community College - New Haven, CT (1 Position Available)

Gateway Community College (GCC) serves the largest number of Pell-Grant recipients in the Connecticut State College and University System. GGC is a campus community that represents a diverse student body, housed in the county with the highest rates of poverty in Connecticut. GCC seeks to increase access to food security for students and employees through the development and implementation of an on-campus food pantry. The member will play an integral role in assessing the current needs of the GCC community related to food insecurity and will help in the design and implementation of an on-campus pantry. The member will work to seek outside funding opportunities, develop partnerships with other food security-related organizations, and create effective systems to track food security efforts at GCC. The member will have the opportunity to be part of a brand-new initiative, serving a community in need.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will be responsible for assessing the current food security needs of the students and employees at GCC. The member will analyze existing data, collect new information, and work with community organizations to evaluate the data related to food insecurity. The member will create awareness through educational programming, marketing materials, and presentations to ensure the GCC community understands the extent and effects of food insecurity, along with encouraging participation in the initiatives through volunteerism, service-learning, and donations. To support the development of the food pantry, the member will research and assist with applications for various sources of public and private funding and develop partnerships with businesses that may support the pantry. The member will be responsible for developing day-to-day operational plans for the pantry, including hours of operation, staffing and volunteer training, inventory, and tracking mechanisms for the pantry.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $613.48. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a parking pass, fitness center access, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at Gateway CC will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Olivia Carney
20 Church St
New Haven, CT 06510
203-285-2028
ocarney@gwcc.commnet.edu
Listing ID 110271

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110271

Manchester Community College - Manchester, CT (1 Position Available)

MCC is seeking an energetic, experienced problem solver and all-around super-organized person to help our nascent wellness team organize and institutionalize a virtual mental health and wellness resource center. During your year of service, you will help us grow a culture of health and wellness at MCC to provide all community members access to opportunities offered at our campus. Our Healthy Futures goal is to expand access to mental health and wellness support services and provide coordination and training to faculty, staff, and students to build a campus-wide culture that can address student mental health, substance misuse, and suicide prevention. We need help to organize and institutionalize our Wellness Team at MCC as well as design and test an outreach and communication system for the virtual health and wellness center.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will: 1. Recruit and organize a volunteer Wellness Team of faculty, staff, and students. 2. Create a service inventory and needs assessment of health and wellness opportunities. 3. Research and organize a webpage of current and potential health and wellness resources for the MCC campus. 4. Create and test a communications plan for reaching the MCC community. 5. Create a Community of Practice (CoP) plan with the Wellness Team focusing on institutionalizing health and wellness opportunities at the MCC campus.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $542.22. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a UPASS, free parking, access to free/reduced courses, and fitness center access. The AmeriCorps member serving at Manchester CC will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Wanda Reyes-Dawes
Great Path
Manchester, CT 06045
860-512-3206
wreyes-dawes@mcc.commnet.edu
Listing ID 110171

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110171

Southern Connecticut State University - New Haven, CT (1 Position Available)

As part of Southern Connecticut State University’s Sustainability Office, the AmeriCorps member will assist in planning, piloting, and scaling an integrated team-based approach through four participation pathways to increase food security for SCSU’s campus community and local residents. Stage one: gathering data from campus and external partners to benchmark through surveys, interviews, focus groups, meetings, and research. Stage two: pilot interdisciplinary collaboration in service-learning, volunteering, operations, and research. Current projects include food recovery and donation, the campus community garden and food pantry, local community gardens and urban farms, STEM research, and public health outreach programs

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will be responsible for gathering and maintaining data to support project planning, implementation, and evaluation. Scheduling meetings with partners and participants, facilitating guided discussions and activities, developing methods to train volunteers and manage donations, aligning SCSU participation with community needs, and creating informational resources for use on campus and locally.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $613.48. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a parking pass, food & grocery gift cards, and fitness center access. The AmeriCorps member serving at Southern Connecticut State University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Suzanne Huminski
501 Crescent St
New Haven, CT 06515
203-392-7135
huminskis1@sourthernct.edu
Listing ID 110518

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110518

University of Hawaii at Hilo- Hilo, HI (1 Position Available)

This position serves as the backbone of two key community engagement initiatives at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. The first is the launch of the first cohort of Bonner student leaders in Hawaii. This position would develop the application and marketing process for the program, build relationships with community organizations and creates community partner agreements, map capacity of community organizations, track student engagement, monitor partnership progress with respect to community impact and student development, oversee affiliation and communicate with the Bonner Foundation, and prepare an annual community engagement report. The second community engagement initiative is the implementation of a centralized community partner activities database. Building out this database will include outreach to departments and community organizations to document who is doing what, with whom, and where on Hawaii Island. This position will be instrumental in determining the impact of the university on our rural, low-income communities. 

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at the University of Hawaii will:  1. Launch of the first cohort of Bonner student leaders in Hawaii, which is a cohort-based, four-year student leadership program based in community engagement that serves as its primary target low-income and students who are the first in their families to go to college. 2. Develop the application and marketing process for the Bonner program 3. Build relationships with community organizations 4. Track student engagement and partnership progress 5. Implement a community partner activities database *Experience working with indigenous populations and/or at a university campus is preferred.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $641.20. The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Hawaii will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Julia Mowrer
200 W Kawili St
Hilo, HI 96720
808-932-7830
uhhcce@hawaii.edu
Listing ID 110277

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110277

Campus Compact (Giving DuPage) - Wheaton, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Campus Compact – Giving DuPage will build capacity for the DuPage Higher Education Service Council (DHESC), which is a student-led, countywide collaboration to address the needs of the DuPage community through service. The AmeriCorps member will lead DHESC as it works to build sustainability, create partnerships throughout the county, and address the needs of low-income DuPage residents. As the DHESC is currently being formed, the member will work to create leadership and transition plans, short-term and long-term goals, as well as assessment plans. The AmeriCorps member will work with Giving DuPage and Campus Compact to recruit students, staff, faculty, and community partners to serve and take on leadership roles. In addition to working with DHESC, the member will also be working with local nonprofits on a skills-based volunteering initiative to meet the volunteer needs of DuPage nonprofits.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Giving DuPage will build capacity for the DuPage Higher Education Service Council. The goal of the AmeriCorps project is to support the countywide council of higher education institutions, working together, to best meet community needs and support the local nonprofit organizations through service and civic engagement. The Council will be comprised of college students, faculty, and staff who will meet regularly, as a group, and with nonprofit organizations serving DuPage residents living in low-income households. Each institution has its own efforts focused on serving the community including volunteer activities, community-engaged learning, educational resources, and research. The Council will pool assets, or develop new ideas, to best serve community organizations fighting poverty. Ultimately, the purpose of the Council is to create a synergy amongst higher education institutions to address our most pressing community needs through service.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in DuPage County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide professional development and training. The AmeriCorps member serving at Campus Compact and Giving DuPage will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Natalie Furlett
122 S Michigan Ave
Chicago   IL   60603
773-682-9746
nfurlett@compact.org
Listing ID 110168

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110168

College of DuPage - Glen Ellyn, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at College of DuPage will work with the Food Security Initiative, a multi-disciplinary group of faculty, staff and students at College of DuPage who are committed to fighting food insecurity for our students. Over the last four years we have grown the Fuel Pantry and Fuel Garden into an amazing operation that supports our students who are facing food insecurity. Our AmeriCorps member will help advance this project by investigating ways that we can provide more educational opportunities to both campus and community members in nutrition and healthy eating; research ways to increase our funding; and continue the work of previous members in using research and assessment to strengthen our programs. The AmeriCorps member will accomplish this by actively being involved in research; building relationships with community partners, assisting in the creation of materials and making recommendations for the future success of the initiative.

Member Duties : The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at the College of DuPage will: 1. Continue to cultivate existing relationships with community partners to positively support pantry and garden operations. Reach out to new college and community groups to establish additional relationships. 2. Conduct surveys to improve the pantry and garden operations. 3. Assess the pantry and garden marketing for maximum effectiveness. 4. Identify programs on campus that could provide an educational component to our services, such as partnering with the nutrition faculty to conduct workshops on healthy eating. 5. Develop programs on sustainability issues for community members and COD students. 6. Work with on-campus partners on food recovery and food waste issues. 7. Research the feasibility of hosting an annual fundraising event and investigate other grant options. 8. Spend limited time in the food pantry and garden to understand the day-to-day activities and operations. 9. Serve as a member of the Food Security Initiative Team member for the Office of Student Life.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $542.22 in DuPage County, IL. The AmeriCorps member serving at College of DuPage Food Pantry will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Shannon Hernandez
425 Fawell Blvd
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630-942-3054
hernan@cod.edu
Listing ID 110269

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110269

Heartland Community College - Normal, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Heartland Community College (HCC) on Student Operations will assist with the development of a new Office of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement to connect students and staff to opportunities in our community that serve to reduce/eliminate poverty and other socio-economic deficiencies. They will assist HCC in completing its strategic plan for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement and will work with a team including the VP of Enrollment & Student Services, Director of Student Engagement, Associate Director of Community Engagement, Faculty Coordinator, and teams of students and staff to inventory existing student opportunities. They will build capacity for marketing and facilitating opportunities to increase student participation in projects that engage and empower them to persist and complete their education. Finally, the member will develop a sustainable infrastructure for service and community engagement that includes students, staff, faculty, administration, and community partners.

Member Duties:  1. Assist Director of Student Engagement in the continued development of processes and procedures for a new Office of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement and begin implementation of those processes and procedures in preparation for the future opening of the new Office; 2. Continue inventory of student service and civic activities among the various stakeholders (faculty, staff, students, community); 3. Review, adapt and begin to implement outcome assessments for identified civic activities; 4. Continue marketing and promotions strategies for the various stakeholders (faculty, staff, students, community).

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $513.94. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide free parking, fitness center access, free/reduced courses, and professional development and training. The AmeriCorps member serving at Heartland Community College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Sarah Diel-Hunt
1500 W Raab Rd
Normal, IL 61761
309-268-8593
sara.dielhunt@heartland.edu
Listing ID 110222

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110222

National Louis University (NLU) THRIVE - Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

National Louis University has developed a comprehensive resource center to support low-income college students. The THRIVE Resource Center serves as a single point of contact for essential wrap-around services such as emergency assistance and social services referrals. The AmeriCorps member will assist in curating and expanding community resources and assist in building essential relationships, additionally, the THRIVE Resource Center will grow and expand opportunities to respond to the needs of the whole student.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at NLU THRIVE will: 1. Curate, manage and leverage community resources in key domains such as food and housing insecurities, financial literacy, employment, and childcare/support for parenting students. 2. Coordinate topics, logistics, and establish programming for “Pizza and Perspectives.” Pizza and Perspectives is a community health engagement program where guest speakers inside and outside the community create a safe space for discussing relevant health and wellness issues of young adults. 3. Increase donation drives to meet the needs of our low-income students. 4. Expand an online clearinghouse of community resources, best practices and guidance for addressing and supporting student basic needs. 5. Monitor database for tracking donations, services utilized, and student engagement with services and resources for monthly report, sharing data with community partners, and use data to tell a story of the student population and their needs for grant applications and potential resource partners.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, access to the THRIVE pantry, and fitness center access. The AmeriCorps member serving at NLU THRIVE will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Danielle Laban
122 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603
312-261-3162
dlaban@nl.edu
Listing ID 111141

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=111141

National Louis University (Veterans) - Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at National Louis University (NLU) will work to build the Kendall College Veterans and Military Program’s capacity to increase the number of veterans, military members, and their family members’ graduation rates and successful attainment of meaningful careers. The member will support the coordination of financial literacy programs for Veterans and military families in order to address their specific financial and economic issues, continue building and developing long-term partnerships with community organizations to assist student veterans and their families secure economic opportunities leading to internships and/or sustainable employment, expand NLU/Kendall’s capacity to provide holistic support and wrap-around services to student veterans and their families in order to support degree completion and meaningful employment, develop internal long-term partnerships with NLU/Kendall departments and organizations, and research and submit for development opportunities.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member will build the National Louis University Veterans and Military Program’s capacity to increase the number of veterans, military members, and their family members’ graduation rates and successful attainment of meaningful careers by providing a holistic approach to support the unique needs of this population. The number of veterans living in poverty is growing each year. Many returning Veterans are seeking higher education in an effort to develop a meaningful career and financial stability to avoid the rising poverty rates among veterans. The goal of this project is to improve higher education opportunities/access for veterans, service members, and their families.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, a parking pass, meals, NLU Market discounts, professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at NLU Veterans will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Dr. Stacey Dixon
122 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603
312-261-3262
sdixon@nlu.edu
Listing ID 110919

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110919

North Central College - Naperville, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at North Central College will support a campus initiative intended to leverage the Federal Work-Study Program to help low-income students secure career-building job placements. The member will explore potential barriers to access to ensure that all students benefit from engaged learning opportunities. They will collaborate with the engaged learning team in the creation and implementation of an all-college career-readiness requirement and develop sample pathways so that all students, regardless of income, can successfully complete required internships and reap the empirically-demonstrated benefits of those experiences. The AmeriCorps member will also work to improve outreach to local community partners. 

Member Duties : The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at the North Central College will: 1. Collaborate with the engaged learning team in the creation and implementation of an all-college career-readiness requirement and develop sample pathways so that all students, regardless of income, can successfully complete required internships and reap the empirically-demonstrated benefits of those experiences. 2. Collaborate with and support the Project Manager who will supervise a third and expanded cohort of Engaged Learning Facilitators, funded through the Federal Work-Study program, as they serve as liaisons between faculty members and community partners. 3. Build on the work of the previous AmeriCorps member to improve outreach to local community partners and to develop a new partnership with DuPage Higher Education Service Council.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in DuPage County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing and access to professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at North Central College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Kristin Geraty
30 N Brainard St
Naperville, IL 60540
630-637-5315
kgeraty@noctrl.edu
Listing ID 110943

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110943 

Northern Illinois University (Rockford Promise) - DeKalb, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Northern Illinois University – Rockford Promise will build capacity for growing the Promise program. Rockford Promise is a diverse scholarship and mentoring program that provides full-tuition scholarships and mentoring services to Rockford Public School students. Aligning with AmeriCorps’ anti-poverty objectives, time spent at this post will include program and operations development to support over 100 low-income students, who are at risk due to their socioeconomic status. Additional success strategies include growing a mentoring program and identifying community and civic engagement partnerships. The AmeriCorps member will contribute to the capacity-building goals of the project by performing activities such as building vital data reporting capabilities and developing programming and student support materials.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member at Northern Illinois University will: assist with the development, and evaluation of activities designed to increase student retention, persistence, and job readiness by Rockford Promise Scholars; help recruit mentors and develop workshops and programming for mentor training; help identify potential business community partners and the jobs skills needed at partnering mentoring organizations, to strengthen workforce development and job readiness; and research policies and procedures to combine into handbooks that Staff, Scholars, Mentors, and Board of Directors can use.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a parking pass, food & grocery gift cards, and an internet stipend. The AmeriCorps member serving at NIU Rockford Promise will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Kaylene Groh
1643 N Alpine Rd
Rockford, IL 61107
815-757-3530
kaylene.groh@rockfordpromise.org
Listing ID 110511

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110511

Northwestern University - Evanston, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Northwestern University (NWU) will provide support services to low-income, first-generation students to foster identity development and navigate campus resources to build community. Through campus-wide partnerships, Student Enrichment Services (SES) strives to build an inclusive Northwestern community that is welcoming, supportive, and accessible for all students. The AmeriCorps member will build capacity through the creation of a system to better understand food accessibility, analyze research to learn more about the impact of SES on the low-income, first-gen student community, and assess and develop a communication strategy for the office.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Northwestern University will build capacity by 1. Aiding in the successful transition of the food pantry to campus dining. 2. Training campus dining staff on in-person and virtual food pantry operations. 3. Reviewing prior data and research projects and highlight themes. 4. Assisting with the physical transition of the food pantry. 5. Assisting with the development of the SES Digital Communication Strategy. 6. Developing templates based on industry best practices – Audit current communication mediums and assess what is working well and what mediums need improvement. 7. Developing opportunities for story-telling and narratives of our first-generation students, faculty, and staff. 8. Improving our I’m First database and engagement strategies. 9. Refining tracking tools for SES resources (Winter Gear, Welcome Kits, etc.). 10 Training and managing volunteers to assist with SES resource distribution. 11. Creating a report that assesses the current gaps and capacity needed for continued growth in SES

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in Cook County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, meal assistance, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at Northwestern University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance.

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Sharitza Rivera
601 University Place
Evanston, IL 60208
847-467-5899
sharitza.rivera@northwestern.edu
Listing ID 110637

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110637

Rockford University - Rockford, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member at Rockford University will have the opportunity to bring substantial change and support to populations in great need. The member will work in the Jane Addams Center for Civic Engagement, which serves as a resource for engagement, and works with Community Partners to help restore and enrich the lives of our fellow citizens. Aligning with the Education area, the member’s work will focus on four projects: Racial Equity and Social Justice program, Blackhawk Neighborhood Revitalization initiative, Holistic Student Support program, and Civic Engagement and Your Career program.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Rockford University will build capacity within the Jane Addams Center for Civic Engagement, which acts as a resource for engagement and collaborates with community partners to help enrich the lives of community members. The member will be supporting four anti-poverty projects: a Racial Equity and Social Justice Program, the Blackhawk Neighborhood Revitalization initiative, the Holistic Student Support program, and a Civic Engagement and Your Career program. They will be supporting and assessing programming for the Racial Equity and Social Justice program on campus, designing community-engagement opportunities for our students in the economically stressed Blackhawk Commons neighborhood, developing assessment plans for two new Food Insecurity programs, creating a workshop curriculum for a Civic Engagement and Your Career program, with emphasis on engaging low-income students, and developing two new service hour tracking systems alongside the Director.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $513.94. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, parking, a public transit pass, food assistance, fitness center access, and free/reduced courses. The AmeriCorps member serving at Rockford University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Mary Weaks-Baxter
5050 E State St
Rockford, IL 61108
815-226-4079
MWeaks-Baxter@rockford.edu
Listing ID 110226

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110226

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology BA Completion Support - Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will work in the Bachelors in Psychology Completion program. The member will work closely with the Associate Department Chair of the BA Program and the director of Community Partnerships to create service-learning opportunities for undergraduate students enrolled in the program. The member will be responsible for creating and overseeing an undergraduate student club that focuses upon volunteer efforts in the greater Chicago region. member will work with Community Partnerships to assist students in service-learning work that will help to build their resumes and also provide services to those in need in the community. In addition, the member will also work to develop resources (financial, educational, and personal) for students.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at TCSPP will : 1. Create structure and guidance for Undergraduate psychology
student organizations or clubs and create volunteer opportunities for the club. 2.
Collaborate with the Student Support Counselor to coordinate support for BA students. 3. Conduct a needs analysis to determine areas where assistance is required for degree completion. 4. Identify resources for students to help them with degree completion. 5. Collaborate with the Community Partnerships member for the Job and Volunteer Fair and supporting and creating service-learning opportunities. 6. Collaborate with Career Services Director to promote part-time positions for BA students and identify full-time positions post-graduation. 7. Expose BA students to opportunities within AmeriCorps. 8. Research employment and scholarship opportunities for Bachelor’s students. 9. Help structure the service-learning requirements in the Bachelor’s program curriculum.10. Oversee student ambassadors, who work as mentors for undergraduate students working towards degree completion.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $542.22. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a $500 housing stipend, a transportation pass, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at TCSPP will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Dr. Ruth Anne Rehfeldt
325 N Wells St
Chicago, IL 60654
312-467-2521
rrehfeldt@thechicagoschool.edu
Listing ID 110174

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110174

University of Illinois Chicago - Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), will create a bridge between university departments/colleges and nonprofit agencies in all 77 Chicago neighborhoods, through the development of a centralized community partner database. Part of this process will include outreach to departments within all 16 UIC colleges, as well as to known community partners. Assisted by a committee of campus and community partners, the AmeriCorps member will develop and implement assessments that measure UIC impact on nonprofits and the communities they serve, emphasizing educational needs in low-income communities. The member will develop new partnerships with additional organizations, especially in Chicago neighborhoods that face disproportionate hardships and with limited access to UIC. The AmeriCorps member will develop the Galaxy Digital service platform and train community organizations and internal partners for use.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) will build capacity by developing a centralized community partner database. Enhance current partnerships by assessing UIC’s impact on community organizations and the communities they serve, including gathering data on additional needs, with an emphasis on educational needs in low-income communities. Develop new partnerships with additional community organizations, especially those in Chicago neighborhoods that have faced disproportionate hardships and that have limited access to UIC currently. Create annual assessment processes to maintain updated data and communication with partners, and to better understand the impact of partnerships. Through the development of this database, enhance transparency and communication between community partners and the university, as well as community partner access to services and resources that contribute to improved educational outcomes for the communities they serve.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at UIC will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Rae Joyce Baguilat
809 S Marshfield Ave
Chicago, IL 60612
312-996-7002
baguilat@uic.edu
Listing ID 110215

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110215

Wilbur Wright College (Wellness Center) - Chicago, IL (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Wilbur Wright College (WWC) will build capacity for the WWC Wellness Center, which provides mental health and other social services to support students’ personal well-being and academic success and specifically assists low-income students with accessing healthcare and other basic needs. The AmeriCorps member at the WWC Wellness Center will assess student needs especially related to Outreach and education about health and mental wellness to increase student participation in both counseling services and outreach programming. They will research best practices and models for meeting these needs at other institutions and will develop a comprehensive Outreach plan. The member will identify and recruit facilitators from Staff and Community Partners for Outreach events for students and will evaluate current community partners for effectiveness and grow the number of community partners involved.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will assess current Wilbur Wright College Wellness Center outreach programming, review best practices and redesign outreach programming. The goals of the project are to increase student participation in outreach, increase student participation in direct clinical services, and increase the quality and number of community partners. The member will also create the underlying structure to assess outreach and community partnerships. The AmeriCorps member will assess and connect with existing community partners, create a system for managing relationships and contact information and form new community partnerships. The member will coordinate outreach to students and staff on campus as well as form partnerships with other school alliances such as the Student Government Association and related clubs such as Alliance (LGBTQ+) and Feminists Unite. The member will also assess current website and social media use in Wellness Center Outreach and redesign the Wellness Center’s website and social media outreach campaign. 

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, a parking pass, access to free/reduced courses, fitness center access, an internet or phone stipend, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at Wilbur Wright College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Hoyam Tanon
3400 N Narragansett Ave
Chicago, IL 60634
773-481-8560
htanon@ccc.edu
Listing ID 110514

 

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110514

College for Social Innovation Recruitment - Boston, MA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at the College for Social Innovation as the Recruitment AmeriCorps member will build partnerships with college success organizations to help low-income college students and students of color prepare for successful careers through workshops and high-impact learning opportunities including the Semester in the City program. 

Member Duties : The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at College for Social Innovation as the Recruitment member will support recruiting and admissions efforts at high-need campus partner colleges with a focus on low-income students and students of color. The member will design and create recruitment materials and pamphlets to promote information sessions, events, and key dates that will bring awareness to prospective students. The recruitment AmeriCorps member will also conduct research on the benefits of high-impact learning opportunities and on the challenges of access to such programs. Finally, the member will help support the training and management of student ambassadors. 

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1,027.88 in Suffolk county. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide monthly benefits that include up to $250 per month in housing reimbursement, up to $100 per month in phone/internet reimbursement, a monthly MBTA pass valued at $90, and access to a $250 annual professional development fund. The AmeriCorps member serving at the College for Social Innovation as the Recruitment AmeriCorps member will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person training including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Jennifer Eliezer
89 South St
Boston MA 02111
203-953-9003
jennifer.eliezer@collegeforsocialinnovation.org
Listing ID 110205

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110129

College for Social Innovation Data - Boston, MA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at the College for Social Innovation as the Data & Analytics AmeriCorps member will assess various datasets and conduct focus groups of alumni and current fellows to support projects that align with College for Social Innovation’s organizational priority to narrow and eventually eliminate access gaps for underrepresented students, creating a model to address systemic access and equity issues related to study away and work-based learning opportunities.

Member Duties : The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at College for Social Innovation as the Data member will:

1. Conduct various data comparisons using several datasets between Pell-eligible and non-pell-eligible students as well as students of color and nonstudents of color. 2. Build case studies of student experiences focused predominantly around program cost through alumni and current fellow focus groups; find and create resources to make the Semester in the City program more accessible to incoming students. 3. Support an intensive internal knowledge capture effort to learn more about the 146 Greater Boston social impact organizations we have worked with, their current and likely future needs, and characteristics (size, focus area, leadership) that may correlate with student learning.
The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1,027.88 in Suffolk county. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide monthly benefits that include up to $250 per month in housing reimbursement, up to $100 per month in phone/internet reimbursement, a monthly MBTA pass valued at $90, and access to a $250 annual professional development fund. The AmeriCorps member serving at the College for Social Innovation as the Recruitment AmeriCorps member will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person training including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Stephanie Morales
89 South St
Boston MA 02111
617-506-9374
stephanie.morales@collegeforsocialinnovation.org
Listing ID 110126

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110126

Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (MDHE)- Boston, MA (1 Position Available)

The 2022-2023 Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA will be a contributing member to the Basic Needs Security team to advance BNS programs to scale and engaging in research that supports interdisciplinary policy development that is anchored in the intersection of basic student needs supports and academic success. This VISTA service will begin remotely and may transition to a hybrid working environment

Member Duties:The AmeriCorps Member at the MDHE will: 1. Work to expand DHE’s capacity to bring Basic Needs Security Programs to scale at all 29 public college and university campuses. 2. Collaborate with DHE staff and other agency partners to support program scaling efforts (examples: asset mapping, resource guide development/refinement, convene focus groups, etc.). 3. Maintain and distribute Basic Needs Security monthly newsletter. 4. Support DHE’s outreach and convening efforts to offer professional development that underwrite Basic Needs Security and Racial Equity recommendations. 5. Support DHE research and program evaluation efforts of Basic Needs Security Programs for effectiveness and sustainability.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1,027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, parking pass, a DHE issued laptop, and an internet or phone stipend. The AmeriCorps member serving at the Massachusetts DHE will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Georgiana Chevry
1 Ashburton Pl
Boston, MA 02108
857-292-1937
gchevry@dhe.mass.edu
Listing ID 111240

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=111240

Massasoit Community College - Brockton, MA (1 Position Available)

This AmeriCorps member serving at Massasoit Community College will be an integral part in addressing and remedying the food insecurities that the Massasoit community faces. Through revolutionized programming around our campus food pantry, as well as connecting to local and federal resources such as SNAP benefits. The AmeriCorps member will achieve a greater understanding of the community college system in Massachusetts. The member will also provide insight into holistic approaches to whole student support throughout various programming efforts. The AmeriCorps member will develop a deep knowledge of data tracking and communications through the weekly responsibilities associated with the on-campus pantry. 

Member Duties: This position will be working on activities to achieve project success: Evaluating and optimizing communication strategies through both internal and additional communication tools, providing programmatic assistance to the Massasoit community related to food access and SNAP benefits, coordinating in-person/remote events to support with SNAP applications for eligible members, work alongside members of the Brockton Area Hunger Network (BAHN) to develop stronger relationships with additional food donation services, develop scalability measures alongside Massasoit staff to determine programmatic growth to support community-facing services.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide food and grocery access, a parking pass, and a work laptop. The AmeriCorps member serving at Massasoit CC will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Sean Dadsetan-Foley
1 Massasoit Blvd
Brockton, MA 02302
508-588-9100
sdadsetan@massasoit.mass.edu
Listing ID 110510

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110510

Northern Essex Community College - Haverhill, MA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member at Northern Essex Community College (NECC) will focus on building the capacity and sustainability of NECC’s Community Resources program to support student retention and success. The member will help build a program to increase knowledge of and access to federal benefits for every NECC student. The member will assist with doing a needs assessment, mapping college processes, creating and supporting a community advisory board, and producing a program plan to meet the identified need. In addition, the member will assist with resource development to support the project. The member will attend college, community, and statewide meetings to communicate and collaborate on basic needs insecurity issues and initiatives.

Member Duties: The member will help build a program to increase awareness of and access to federal benefits for every NECC student. The member will assist with doing a needs assessment, mapping college processes, creating and supporting a community advisory board, and producing a program plan to meet the identified need. In addition, the member will assist with resource development to support the project. The member will attend college, community, and statewide meetings to communicate and collaborate on basic needs insecurity issues and initiatives.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide fitness center access and a parking pass or transportation pass. The AmeriCorps member serving at NECC will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Janel D’Agata-Lynch
100 Elliott St
Haverhill, MA 01830
978-556-3471
jdagatalynch@necc.mass.edu
Listing ID 110170

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110170

Tufts University - Tisch College - Medford, MA (1 Position Available)

This AmeriCorps member serving at Tufts University in Tisch College will build capacity to shape and implement initiatives that build the community research capacity of local nonprofit organizations as well as Tufts students and faculty while assisting in the building of content and distribution channels for research tools. The AmeriCorps member will develop a targeted workshop series, shareable resources and an online hub for potential research partners, and a community of practice comprised of students and community partners who directly work with individuals impacted by poverty. 

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Tufts University in Tisch College will: 1. Help assess, and expand a community-student research cohort for community and university stakeholders, bringing together new and experienced community researchers to share best participatory practices and antiracist frameworks to inform anti-poverty programs. 2. Compile resources and materials that emerge from the cohort and workshops into an online format for a larger audience. Support the development of an online participatory research hub on the Tisch website. 3. Work together with the Tisch College Community Research Center Director and Directory of Community Partnerships to grow relationships with anti-poverty organizations in target geographic areas. 4. Scale up a new community research forum to highlight community partners as co-educators and center community knowledge in research 5. Participate in TCRC steering committee meetings, Tisch College staff meetings, weekly check-ins, and other convenings. 6. Compile required reports as directed by the AmeriCorps program.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide public transit assistance, meal assistance, fitness center access, and library access. The AmeriCorps member serving at Tufts University- Tisch College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
08/15/2022  –   08/14/2023
Contact Elaine Donnelly
163 Packard Ave
Medford, MA 02155
617-627-0037
Elaine.Donnelly@tufts.edu
Listing ID 110468

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110468

UMASS Boston U-Access - Dorchester, MA (1 Position Available)

The UMASS Boston AmeriCorps member will be responsible for data collection and assessment, sustaining current and new relationships with campus partners, enhancing current standard procedures for the Emergency Housing Program (EHP), increasing the availability and quality of services available, and building the overall capacity of the program. The EHP AmeriCorps member will be entering the program at a unique and exciting time where there will be a plethora of room for growth and new ideas, support from a variety of stakeholders, and a serious need for the responsibilities of the AmeriCorps member. The AmeriCorps member will not only be able to help build the program but also network and connect with individuals across the nation who have a vital stake in alleviating homelessness and housing insecurity among college students.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at UMASS Boston will: 1. Develop assessment materials and protocols for the EHP experience and effectiveness, and use the data collected to inform future decision-making. 2. Refine and update standard operating procedures for the EHP based on research and observation. 3. Develop new or enhance current resource database, while also pursuing new and necessary resources per feedback from clients. 4. Create new or add to existing guides based on the new systems and resources developed during this program year. 5. Meet weekly with U-ACCESS staff to provide updates on capacity building and other efforts. 6. Deepen current and forge new relationships to strengthen the EHP’s resource database and referral capabilities. 7. Work with University Advancement, the MA DHE, and other stakeholders to increase the efficient use of current resources and to garner more support for increased human, in-kind, and monetary support.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, a parking pass, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at UMASS Boston will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Mariette Ayala
100 Morrissey Blvd
Dorchester, MA 02125
781-951-2724
Mariette.ayala@umb.edu
Listing ID 111245

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=111245

UMASS Dartmouth - North Dartmouth, MA (1 Position Available)

Join the UMASS Dartmouth Leduc Center for Civic Engagement as a part of our efforts to incorporate service and volunteerism as a meaningful and beneficial part our students’ collegiate career. The AmeriCorps member will be vital part of our “Corsair Engage” project that recognizes the reality that low-income students often need specialized support to successfully complete their college degree. Our “Corsair Engage” program assists students to incorporate meaningful service into their college to reap the benefits of service in terms of increased social capital, personal growth, well-being, and connection to their future career.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at UMASS Dartmouth will: 1. Develop Corsair Engage Advisory council 2. Support expansion of first-year programming including orientation and first-year classes in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Sustainability minor. 3. Recruit and train students to utilize our Corsair Engage platform 4. Coordinate and monitor programs 5. Collect and analyze data, make recommendations for improvement and report findings 6. Market program and communicate with stakeholders 7. Participate in Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA trainings and professional development opportunities

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $697.20. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a parking pass, fitness center access, and library/career center access. The AmeriCorps member serving at UMASS Dartmouth will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Deirdre Healy
285 Old Westport Rd
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
508-999-8641
dhealy@umass.edu
Listing ID 110512

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110512

UMASS Lowell - Lowell, MA (1 Position Available)

The goal of this AmeriCorps project at UMASS Lowell is to sustainably support River Hawk Scholars Academy’s (RHSA) expansion of supports to include a living-learning community, expansion into students’ sophomore year, and “Pathways to Employment” services (including job interview training, access to professional attire, and networking opportunities with regional businesses) while maintaining a clear and intentional set of strategies for serving its primary population of students from low-income backgrounds. As RHSA evolves and expands, we require an approach that will allow us to continue to leverage our recent successes into ongoing, permanent solutions that level the academic playing field for the diverse students we serve and that mitigates the influence that a student’s socio-economic background has on their ability to excel in college and move successfully into the workforce, earning the lifelong financial stability that a college degree can bring.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will support RHSA in the following ways: -The member will help build a framework to help students with the financial aid process, financial literacy, funding their education, and academic progress. This will be a major focus for the AmeriCorps project. -The member will work collaboratively on the design, implementation, and evaluation of the Living-Learning Community, a program that will house up to 50 first-year students. -The member will further procedures and tools to ensure the health and viability of program evaluation practices. -The member will work with campus partners on the launch of the sophomore expansion program. This will help students in a year when they are at higher risk of dropping out. -The member will help develop a program that prepares students for life after graduation. The member will use current university resources and programs to meet the needs of students. They will also run and evaluate a career readiness coaching program.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1,027.88. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide access to free or reduced courses, fitness center access, Access to professional development training, an internet or phone stipend for remote work, and possible on-campus housing depending on COVID-19 conditions. The AmeriCorps member serving at UMASS Lowell will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Matthew Hurwitz
220 Pawtucket St
Lowell, MA 01854
978-934-4059
matthew_hurwitz@uml.edu
Listing ID 110059

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110059

Wheaton College Attleboro YMCA - Norton, MA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member at Wheaton College will be key to helping create systems to ease the stress of families being impacted by food insecurity and will work at the Attleboro YMCA and Wheaton College’s Center for Social Justice and Community Impact (SJCI) that drives civic and community engagement for the campus. The overarching goal of this project is to have a long-term impact on the Attleboro community by addressing food insecurity. People’s inability to purchase the food they need has increased dramatically in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Attleboro YMCA and Wheaton College will work with Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro Public Schools, and the Hebron Food Pantry among others, to strengthen support for low-income individuals and families in Attleboro, MA.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will be primarily responsible for 1. Undertaking asset mapping to better understand the manifestations and drivers of food insecurity in the Attleboro community. 2. Reaching out to area community organizations to establish partnerships that can help increase access to food for low-income families in the community. 3. Working to set up a food donation site. 4. Mapping out referral and transportation processes for food supplies (groceries and meals). 4. Looking into grant funding to support the Attleboro YMCA’s alleviation of food insecurity efforts.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $641.20. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a parking, and public transit pass, fitness center access, and a meal allowance at Wheaton’s dining hall. The AmeriCorps member serving at Wheaton College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Leonard Breton
26 E Main St
Norton, MA 02766
508-286-3373
breton_leonard@wheatoncollege.edu
Listing ID 110223

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110223

Wheaton College FGLI - Norton, MA (1 Position Available)

The mission of Wheaton College is to provide a transformative liberal arts education for intellectually curious students in a collaborative, academically vibrant residential community that values a diverse world. As an institution, we are working to better deliver that promise to the low-income and first-generation college students enrolled at Wheaton College. Pell recipients are 19% of our student population and first-generation students are 24%. Our project “Centering Low-Income and First-Generation College Student Success” works to create curricula that can support staff and faculty in learning how to better serve this community, to create resources to help inform students’ home communities about how to support their students, as well as systemize the work of our campus’ First-Gen and Low-Income Task Force

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at Wheaton College will: 1. Work alongside the First-Gen and Low-Income Task Force to design the application and distribution plan for a fund to support low-income students facing crises and emergencies. 2. Work alongside the First-Gen and Low-Income Task Force to create standing working groups/sub-committees for the Task Force. 3. Continue to partner with Residence Life to establish timelines and processes that ensure the continuity of the Living Learning Community (LLC) called Brave, Bold & First and the associated peer mentoring program. 4. Work alongside the First-Gen and Low-Income Task Force to begin the development of a training module for faculty/staff to increase their awareness of barriers faced by low-income and first-generation college students. 5. Work alongside the First-Gen and Low-Income Task Force to develop info sheets for the loved ones and families of low-income and first-gen students containing important information for these populations in order to support their student(s).

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $697.20. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a parking pass, fitness center access, and a meal allowance. The AmeriCorps member serving at Wheaton will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Shaya Gregory Poku
26 E Main St
Norton, MA 02766
508-286-3375
poku_shaya@wheatoncollege.edu
Listing ID 110393

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110393

William James College - Newton, MA (1 Position Available)

The Center for Workforce Development (CWD) at William James College is seeking a Program Coordinator to engage in the following capacity-building efforts: 1. Design professional development activities that focus on careers in the behavioral health field for individuals from culturally-diverse backgrounds and develop social cultural and community events on workforce development. 2. Create marketing tools; design brochures, flyers, and newsletters; and develop social media sites to raise awareness about services and programs offered through the CWD. 3. Develop outreach efforts to recruit program participants and build partnerships with community-based agencies to raise awareness of the CWD’s workforce development initiatives. 4. Design databases to collect, analyze, and disseminate data for program evaluation purposes, and participate in grant writing and fund-raising efforts.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at William James College will: 1. Design professional development activities that focus on careers in the behavioral health field for individuals from culturally-diverse backgrounds and develop social cultural and community events on workforce development. 2. Create marketing tools; design brochures, flyers, and newsletters; and develop social media sites to raise awareness about services and programs offered through the CWD. 3. Develop outreach efforts to recruit program participants and build partnerships with community-based agencies to raise awareness of the CWD’s workforce development initiatives. 4. Design databases to collect, analyze, and disseminate data for program evaluation purposes, and participate in grant writing and fund-raising efforts.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $1,027.88. The AmeriCorps member serving at William James College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service.

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Gemima St Louis
1 Wells Ave
Norton, MA 02459
617-327-6777
Gemima_Stlouis@williamjames.edu
Listing ID 110395

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110395

Rockhurst University- Kansas City, MO (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps project at Rockhurst University will seek to develop internal and external partnerships to promote environmentally conscious practices that benefit the campus and neighboring community.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Rockhurst University will contribute to the goals of the project by establishing university and community partnerships to develop processes and education opportunities for long-term sustainable solutions for environmental stewardship. This includes, but is not limited to, research and mapping, coalition building, community mobilization, developing educational materials, creating processes and systems for community engagement and communication, creating and maintaining a database, conducting community needs assessments, participating in community meetings, organizing environmental education programs, writings reports, giving presentations, and meeting regularly with directors. 

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $513.94. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide optional on-campus housing, free or reduced courses, fitness center access, a parking pass, and a phone stipend. The AmeriCorps member serving at Rockhurst University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Julia Vargas
1100 Rockhurst Rd
Kansas City, MO 64110
816-501-4545
julia.vargas@rockhurst.edu
Listing ID 110201

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110201

Buffalo State College - Buffalo, NY (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps project at Buffalo State College will focus on the Civic and Community Engagement Office West Side project. The Civic and Community Engagement Office advances the urban-engaged anchor mission of Buffalo State by providing curricular and co-curricular learning opportunities, developing civic skills, and building reciprocal community partnerships that promote equity and address community-identified priorities. 

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Buffalo State College will develop capacity-building projects for food security and financial literacy community partners. Projects may include the creation of manuals, training guides, tracking mechanisms, communication materials, and evaluation tools. The AmeriCorps member will implement these projects to help measure the impact of food security, financial literacy, and volunteer programs. The AmeriCorps member will also participate in the Food Policy Council, West Side Promise Steering Committee, and the Anchor Mission Initiatives Leadership Team to further the goals of the West Side project.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a reduced-fee parking pass and professional development opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at Buffalo State College will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Aurora Schunk
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo NY 14222
716-878-3919
schulam@buffalostate.edu
Listing ID 110173

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110173

Roger Williams University- Bristol, RI (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member will support programs that serve first-generation, low-income students of color. This year the member will continue capacity building for data collection and management as well as supporting the curriculum created in previous years. The member will help to build capacity for a summer learning experience for students in the programs. The member will also engage in creating a mentor and leadership experience for students in the program to take part in working with local high schools.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at RWU will continue to build on this year’s capacity-building efforts of curriculum development and implementation as well as data collection, management, and reporting. To create processes and systems for a summer learning component. Create a mentor and leadership component for students.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a public transit pass, a parking pass, fitness center access, and professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at RWU will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Zoila Quezada
1 Old Ferry Rd
Bristol, RI 02809
401-254-3766
zquezada@rwu.edu
Listing ID 111244

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=111244

Brown University- Providence, RI (1 Position Available)

The goal of the Brown University Department of Education program is to continue developing a sustainable and impactful relationship between the Brown Teacher Education Program and local high-poverty secondary districts/schools to achieve our mission of social justice and equity. The AmeriCorps member will help enhance resources and services that contribute to improved educational outcomes for economically disadvantaged youth. The program will focus on program development, classroom support, summer learning, and classroom teaching. The Brown Teacher Education Program will support the schools in meeting the goals of student academic engagement and social and emotional learning with a focus on culturally responsive teaching, supporting English Language learning, and building strength in Science and Mathematics subjects.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member will be responsible for assisting the Brown Teacher Education to build sites for student learning by increasing capacity building and leveraging knowledge to create a more efficient, effective reach for the program. The member will use research, data collection, analysis, and distribution of results to design and recommend effective programming. The responsibility will be to research, analyze and recommend next steps based on the research cycle. The member will attend meetings to establish priorities, share information, establish processes, and leverage grant opportunities that align with stakeholder needs and assets. The member will research, compile, and disseminate materials related to academic engagement, culturally relevant learning, and multilingual learning. The member will create recruitment pipelines and innovative approaches to expand the summer enrichment program to more low-income students who could benefit from the program.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in Providence County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transportation pass, access to professional development opportunities, access to a fund for emergency expenses. The AmeriCorps member serving at Brown University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Diane Silva-Pimentel
164 Angell St
Providence, RI 02912
401-863-3428
Diane_Silva_Pimentel@brown.edu
Listing ID 110069

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110069

University of South Carolina- Columbia, SC (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps project will seek to expand the capacity of the Gamecock pantry and expects to benefit at least 500 students experiencing food insecurity at the University of South Carolina. They will contribute to the goals of the project by performing activities such as community partnership engagement, program and event development and facilitation, and the recruiting, training, and management of volunteers over the course of one year.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at the University of South Carolina will: 1. Develop and implement anti-poverty education and training for volunteers. 2. Build relationships with campus and community partnerships for ongoing food drives to provide healthy and nutritious food for Gamecocks. 3. Build a strategic business operating plan for the pantry to ensure future sustainability addressing food insecurity across campus.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide access to professional development and training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of South Carolina will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Ambra Hiott
1400 Greene St
Columbia, SC 29225
803-777-7774
ambrahiott@sc.edu
Listing ID 110204

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110204 

 

James Madison University Blue Ridge Food Bank (BRAFB)- Harrisonburg, VA (1 Position Available)

Collaborating with partners on and off-campus, the AmeriCorps member at Blue Ridge Area Food Bank will build on existing local research to enhance community efforts to address food insecurity in Harrisonburg and the surrounding community. This position entails contributing to the success of campus and community-wide efforts through executing the responsibilities listed in this posting

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at BRAFB will: 1. Build and strengthen relationships and communication with community and campus partners. This will include convening stakeholders and coalition building. 2. Plan, coordinate, and facilitate community meetings. 3. Provide support and coordination assistance to food access programs. 4. Assist with the development and implementation of evaluation and assessment tools. 5. Collect and compile data. 6. Research funding opportunities and other resources to ensure program sustainability. 7. Recruit volunteers for food access programs. 

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, fitness center access, access to a work vehicle for travel, and a $300 living stipend. The AmeriCorps member serving at BRAFB will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Zach Nissen
738 S Madison St
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
540-568-6366
znissen@brafb.org
Listing ID 110839

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110839

James Madison University Church World Service- Harrisonburg, VA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member will work with a team of colleagues who speak more than 12 languages to design and coordinate individual and group classes to help prepare newcomers to thrive in the community by increasing their financial literacy and job readiness. The AmeriCorps member will collaborate closely with JMU and other local universities to train and mobilize volunteers to serve their community, to improve volunteer management systems, and increase the reach of community outreach efforts. The AmeriCorps member will identify and cooperate with community partners to increase the capacity of the Harrisonburg community to serve its newest members. Finally, the AmeriCorps member will work to ensure the sustainability of this programming by training and preparing volunteers and community partners to carry out the work at the end of the VISTA project period.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Church World Service will: 1. Recruit, train, and manage volunteers who will support job readiness, financial literacy, and related programs. 2. Enhance existing curricula related to job readiness and financial literacy, and develop new curricula based on the changing needs of the client population. 3. Build and strengthen relationships and communication with community and campus partners, including faculty, and student groups. 4. Provide support and coordination assistance to job readiness and financial literacy programs. 5. Assist with the development and implementation of evaluation and assessment tools. 6. Collect and compile data. 7. Research funding opportunities and resources to ensure program sustainability. 8. Plan for a gradual transition from remote and one-on-one to in-person group program activities as it becomes safe to do so. 9. Identify and cultivate relationships with partners who can be a part of the program self-sufficiency transition plan. 10. Other duties as assigned.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transit pass, fitness center access, and access to professional development. The AmeriCorps member serving at Church World Service will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Sarah Coleman
738 S Madison St
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
540-568-6366
sacoleman@cwsglobal.org
Listing ID 110828

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110828

James Madison University Central Valley Habitat for Humanity- Bridgewater, VA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at Central Valley Habitat for Humanity/James Madison University will help low-income homeowners to increase strength, stability, and self-reliance by supporting the coordination of the Central Valley Habitat for Humanity’s critical home repairs program, new home build program, sweat equity program and educational programs. The AmeriCorps member will enhance existing systems to manage the coordination of the listed programs, evaluate and enhance volunteer recruitment and management, and develop and strengthen partnerships that leverage university and community resources in order to help low-income individuals and families obtain or remain in safe, affordable housing while becoming an knowledgeable, self-reliant community member.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at JMU Central Valley Habitat for Humanity will: 1. Recruit and connect volunteers to complete home repairs and new builds. 2. Plan, coordinate, and facilitate volunteer training and management. 3. Provide support and coordination assistance to home repair, new build programs, and education programs. 4. Assist with the development and implementation of evaluation and assessment tools. 5. Collect and compile data. 6. Research funding opportunities and other resources to ensure program sustainability. 7. Other duties as assigned.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in Harrisonburg City/Rockingham County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide public transportation pass, access to fitness center, access to professional development and training opportunities, mileage reimbursement, food, and grocery gift cards, discounted shopping at the Central Valley Habitat ReStore, and $1,000 living stipend. The AmeriCorps member serving at Central Valley Habitat for Humanity/James Madison University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person training including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact David Wenger
205 Dry River Rd
Bridgewater, VA 22812
540-828-6288
david@centralvalleyhabitat.org
Listing ID 111246

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=111246

Marymount University- Arlington, VA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps project will seek to improve student academic engagement through addressing literacy skills and building capacity for initiatives focused on out-of-school time programs, family engagement, and service-learning with local K-12 schools. The project expects to benefit students in Arlington, VA, and Washington, DC who are enrolled in schools in which children from low-income families make up at least 40% of the population. The AmeriCorps member will collaborate with our community partner – Hope Multiplied. Our partnership and participation in this proposed project will serve as a pilot for future partnerships with similar community-based organizations. Hope Multiplied has documented unmet needs across Arlington, VA, and Washington, DC, and are committed to expanding programming and resources into these communities. The AmeriCorps member will play a critical role in making this dream a reality. 

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at Marymount University will: 1. Review and complete onboarding activities 2. Identify assets and resources related to campus/community partnerships and current literacy initiatives 3. Garner additional resources and assets through capacity-building activities 4. Expand campus/community partnerships and develop processes to sustainably expand services 5. Train Marymount and Hope Multiplied staff and volunteers to identify and support anti-poverty, literacy programming 6. Build sustainable evaluation measures to record improved academic engagement

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $791.70. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a transit pass, fitness center access, and a work laptop. The AmeriCorps member serving at Marymount University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
08/01/2022  –   07/31/2023
Contact Kelly Dalton
2807 N Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22207
703-284-5780
scs@marymount.edu
Listing ID 110517

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110517

George Mason University- Fairfax, VA (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps project at GMU will build capacity in the newly launched Office of Community Engagement and Civic Learning (CECiL). CECiL is focused on providing central university support for community and civic engagement that is also connected to anti-racism and inclusive excellence efforts. The AmeriCorps member will help develop GMU’s Bonner Leader Program and support the development and community partner outreach for community-based learning at GMU. The Bonner Program is an educational access program serving low-income students who are largely first-generation college students. The AmeriCorps member will help build infrastructure to support the retention, academic success, and career readiness of Bonner Leader students to ensure higher education at GMU is a path out of poverty.

Member Duties: The AmeriCorps member at George Mason University will build capacity by: 1. Developing relationships with community organizations that have not yet worked with GMU 2. Developing the Bonner Leader Program through building partner capacity and interest, designing a community-based curriculum for students, and connecting with prospective donors. 3. Supporting the implementation of the community engagement tracking database through data entry, developing stakeholder trainings, and creating impact reports based on the data. 4. Supporting the implementation and evaluation of anti-racist community engagement trainings for students and student organizations.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $791.70 in Fairfax County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide a public transportation pass or parking pass and food/grocery gift cards. The AmeriCorps member serving at George Mason University will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Kristen Wright
4400 University Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030
716-864-9189
kwrigh22@gmu.edu
Listing ID 110033

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110033 

 

University of Wisconsin Madison - Madison, WI (1 Position Available)

The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Wisconsin – Madison will serve at a VISTA project which increases the capacity of the University for highly effective, mutually-beneficial partnerships with anti-poverty nonprofit organizations in Wisconsin through an enhanced liaison and partnership support model. The focus of these partnerships will be organizational capacity-building activities to realize anti-poverty missions. Partnering organizations focus on ensuring healthy futures through work on food security, opioid use treatment, and community empowerment. The AmeriCorps member will partner with 6-8 nonprofit organizations to refine the standard intake process with nonprofits’ seeking university partnership, refine the matching of these nonprofits with courses that engage in community-based learning partnerships and support these courses, support use and development of a new Customer Relations Management database to track partnerships, match and support partnership opportunities, and enhance intra-campus communication.

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at UW-Madison will serve a key role in implementing the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Civic Action Plan. The AmeriCorps member will build the capacity of UW-Madison for partnership with Wisconsin nonprofits focused on addressing poverty and especially promoting healthy futures for our communities. This position will be based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (the CommNS) in the School of Human Ecology. Additional supervision will be provided by UW South Madison Partnership (UWSMP). Some travel to meet with partnering nonprofit organizations around the state is anticipated.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 in Dane County. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide professional development and training. The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Wisconsin – Madison will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Merry Farrier-Babanovski
2238 S Park St
Madison   WI   53713
608-265-4940
farrier@wisc.edu
Listing ID 110205

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110205

University of Wisconsin Green Bay Student Engagement- Green Bay, WI (1 Position Available)

The Student Engagement Center AmeriCorps member at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will decrease homelessness, increase participation in food assistance programs, and increase college graduation rates of low-income students by recruiting and training volunteers, creating new outreach programs, and developing training and support materials for the Student Engagement Center staff. 

Member Duties: The Campus Compact AmeriCorps member serving at UW-Green Bay will: 1. Create marketing and promotions materials for service and volunteerism programs and CUEGB.com 2. Assess and develop an action plan to increase the number of families taking part in food assistance benefits and programs 3. Develop training and support materials for community partners, student organizations, faculty, and staff 4. Recruit volunteers for community partner agencies to fill vacant volunteer roles with trained and qualified students, faculty, or staff from UWGB.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40 In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide fitness center access and professional development training opportunities. The AmeriCorps member serving at UW Green Bay will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Katie Lesperance
2420 Nicolet Dr
Green Bay, WI 54311
920-465-2464
lesperka@uwgb.edu
Listing ID 110639

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110639

University of Wisconsin Green Bay Civic Scholars- Green Bay, WI (1 Position Available)

The Civic Scholars Leadership program for second-year students is the signature program of the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), founded in 2020. The Civic Scholars Leadership program melds cohort building and culturally relevant pedagogy with access to mentors and service opportunities in Brown County and helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for civic leadership and academic success. This placement is a good fit for individuals interested in working at the intersection of equity and community-based learning and developing their research and mentoring skills. The AmeriCorps member will also support the growth and sustainability of CCE programming that serves students and community outcomes.

Member Duties: 

The AmeriCorps member will expand a pilot program which uses Community Based Learning, mentorship and cohort building to retain second year students through the power of high impact practices. They will build relationships for sustainable partnerships with the Green Bay community, including assessment mechanisms for community input. They will publicize this program and build capacity for the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), using web tools including social media, grant writing, and advocating for institutional change. They will also support other CCE programing that uses civic engagement to promote student success, including collaborations with the City of Green Bay, local researchers, and community partners.

The biweekly living allowance for this position is $575.40. In addition to the benefits listed, the host site will provide on-campus housing, a parking pass, fitness center access, and funding for pilot program materials. The AmeriCorps member serving at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible,  Training,  Education award upon successful completion of service,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance. 

Program Start/End Date
07/18/2022  –   07/17/2023
Contact Ashley Heath
2420 Nicolet Dr
Green Bay, WI 54311
920-465-2464
heatha@uwgb.edu
Listing ID 110824

For more information and to submit an application for this position, go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110824