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CEDO AmeriCorps*State Program - EACH Youth - MBK

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. CEDO's Engagement and Access for CHittenden Youth AmeriCorps State Program, The EACH Youth AmeriCorps Program, addresses needs identified in the City of Burlington and wider Chittenden County. Our AmeriCorps program will support and expand culturally appropriate youth programming to further the goals of Burlington's My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Initiative, formed to close the persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color (YoC), support youth to complete high school level education, successfully enter postsecondary education / the workforce, and access chances for success. EACH Youth will provide important resources, through AmeriCorps member (ACM) service, to ensure that all young people reach their full potential in safer, healthier and more resilient communities, keeping youth on track and building bridges of opportunity.  Join CEDO's AmeriCorps Program and Serve your community locally!  Come back soon - Recruitment to start in Spring 2017.  More information?    

The City of Burlington does not discriminate on the basis of political or religious affiliation, race, color, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, disability, HIV positive status or genetic information in employment or the provision of services.  Women, minorities and people with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply.

Come back soon to see NEW AmeriCorps Positions available to start in September 2017 with CEDO's AmeriCorps State Program.

10 Full Time Positions - more details soon

10 Half Time Positions - more details soon

To Apply:  Send a resume, cover letter and two (2) references  to CEDO’s AmeriCorps Program  Please send as one PDF document with email subject line listing the position title.  Positions open until filled.

Benefits Include:

Full Time position requires 1,700 hours (average 35 hours per week) for one year. Member benefits include a living allowance of $14,000 (pre-tax), and an education award of $5,775 (pre-tax) upon successful completion of service.  Other benefits include health insurance, federal school loan forbearance, and substantial training opportunities.

Half Time position requires 900 hours (average 20 hours per week) for one year. Member benefits include a living allowance of $7,406 (pre-tax), and an education award of $2,888 (pre-tax) upon successful completion of service.  Other benefits include federal school loan forbearance, and substantial training opportunities.

More information on AmeriCorps benefits and Education Award

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.”

"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."

AmeriCorps Service Site Opportunity - Applications to host an AmeriCorps member for the 17/18 program year will be available Spring 2017.

We will offer organizations the opportuntiy to apply for an AmeriCorps member position to support programs engaged in culturally responsive youth work, education engagement, accessing opportunities, economic opportunity and employability and promoting healthy lifestyles and safer communities in Spring 2017

These materials are for information only - 2016 - 2017 Program Year.

CEDO Site Selection Guidance                      Template Position Outline & Advertisement

Member Position Information                      Performance Goals & Data Collection

CEDO Service Site Application                       2016 AmeriCorps*State Calendar

To apply please send a completed CEDO Service Site Application and Position Outline to Marcella Gange at This year's selection is now closed.

The terms and conditions of the AmeriCorps Grant


AmeriCorps engages 80,000 members in intensive service annually to serve through nonprofit, faith-based, and community organizations at 21,000 locations across the country. These members help communities tackle pressing problems while mobilizing millions of volunteers for the organizations they serve. Since 1994, more than 1 million Americans have provided more than 1.3 billion hours of service to their communities and country through AmeriCorps.

AmeriCorps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service through its AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, Social Innovation Fund, and Volunteer Generation Fund programs, and leads the President's national call to service initiative, United We Serve.

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“The AmeriCorps program is made possible by a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service”.

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