Colorado’s COVID Containment Response Corps (CCRC) engages local public health authorities, non-profit organizations and business leaders to contain the spread of COVID-19. At the heart of this effort are national service members who have provided disaster relief assistance to the CCRC’s efforts since June 2020. CRC and the host site will provide a virtual three week member orientation and training. The host site training will cover all the duties of the role as well as expand members’ knowledge of public health, contact tracing and other COVID containment duties. The training period will include daily online training modules which members will need to complete before being cleared to start COVID containment work.
AmeriCorps members will serve remotely under the direct supervision of public health officials at CDPHE or with a Local Public Health Agency. A computer will be provided and must be used for service, a stable and secure internet connection is preferred, internet support will be provided on a case-by-case basis. Service will require using a computer, sitting or standing at a desk for extended periods of time, making calls using a computer softphone, and attending video conference meetings.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Living allowance, Training
Access to the AmeriCorps Member Assistance Program
High School Graduate
Subject to criminal background check