College for Social Innovation – Program
The Program AmeriCorps Member will build new partnerships with host organizations (the vast majority of which have an anti-poverty mission), build capacity for 100+ social impact organizations that CFSI works with through additional talent referral and capacity building projects, and enable CFSI to meet the learning and credit completion needs of a diverse group of participants by broadening the number of students who can access an internship related to their academic major and career interests.
College for Social Innovation – Marketing
The Marketing AmeriCorps Member will develop marketing collateral and social media campaigns to showcase the accessibility and life-changing potential of high-impact learning experiences, such as Semester in the City, helping more low-income students access this opportunity.
College for Social Innovation – Recruitment
The Recruitment AmeriCorps Member will develop educational and budget workshops and build partnerships with college success organizations to help low-income college students prepare for successful careers through career workshops and by gaining access to proven high-impact learning opportunities, including the “Semester in the City” program.
College for Social Innovation – Student Support
The Student Support AmeriCorps Member will build capacity for low-income students enrolled in the Semester in the City program to be supported during their participation in the program. Tasks will include: researching, aggregating and publishing information on basic needs security and outside employment for low-income participants. Building capacity for specific monthly peer mentoring/affinity groups for low-income students and working with a social-worker to develop other support programming for low-income student success.