AmeriCorps Service Site Opportunity - We take great pleasure in announcing the launch of CEDO’s 2016-2017 AmeriCorps State Program. In response to community needs, we have amended our program focus and are offering AmeriCorps members to support programs engaged in economic opportunity and employability and promoting healthy lifestyles and safer communities, for the City’s most underserved populations. Please see the application materials below.
To apply please send a completed CEDO Service Site Application and Position Outline to Marcella Gange at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 15th 2016 at 12:00pm.
Hiring for Burlington-area AmeriCorps Positions - CEDO's AmeriCorps*State program is your chance to put your ideas into action while learning new skills and making new connections. We take great pleasure in announcing the launch of CEDO’s 2016-2017 AmeriCorps State Program. In response to community needs, we have amended our program focus and are offering support to 10 AmeriCorps members to support programs engaged in economic opportunity and employability and promoting healthy lifestyles and safer communities, for the City’s most underserved populations. Serve your community locally!
Position details coming soon!
To Apply: Send a resume, cover letter and two (2) references to CEDO’s AmeriCorps Program email@example.com Please send as one PDF document with email subject line listing the position title.
AmeriCorps Member Training and Skill Building
Throughout the service year members participate in training and skill building opportunities. AmeriCorps members will play an active role in defining their own training and learning objectives both professionally and personally.
AmeriCorps Member Experience
Here is what AmeriCorps members have to say…
“I’ve learned that cultural competency work is never done. I’ve learned that it is okay to admit that I am not an expert despite the fact that I’m largely the only one bringing back this material to my organization.”
“I’m honing my organization, multitasking and time management skills. I’m learning how to balance responsibility and asking for what I need.”
“I’m learning extensively about cultural competency, dominance and non-dominance, privilege, power, race, hegemony, classism, etc. This has been an absolute crash course. Being put in a “point person” position in the organization to talk about these topics has allowed me to rise to the occasion, make mistakes, learn, and keep trying.”
"Personal research, relationships and communication have taught me more about the power of privilege and the need for accountability. My service has been deeply personal, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to develop the skills needed to communicate on difficult topics in relation to my own identity."
“The AmeriCorps program is made possible by a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service”.