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Volunteer Coordinator and Youth Programs Facilitators

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Openings

1 currently recruiting

Service Dates

September 3, 2019 - August 14, 2020

Application Window

June 6, 2019 - August 30, 2019

Locations

  • Arlington, VA
  • Springfield, VA

Contact Information

Emily Stanislawzyk
(703) 228-2560
careers@edu-futuro.org

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AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator and Youth Programs Facilitator

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SERVE WITH AMERICORPS AND IMPACT THE LIVES OF IMMIGRANT YOUTH IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA!

Applications are now being accepted for the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Volunteer Coordinator & ELP Co-Facilitator. This position will lead the organization’s efforts to enlist volunteers to serve as classroom aides for the Robotics Club, and as mentors, speech judges, and scholarship committee members for ELP I & II, as well as for community service activities. This position will also coordinate the planning and delivery of ELP’s marketing and outreach efforts.

ELP I and II (College preparation) are designed to prepare Hispanic and other immigrant youth for college and develop leadership skills through group and individual mentoring sessions. ELP III is designed to assist middle school children in developing their mathematical, technical, and scientific skills through participation in a Robotics Club.
AmeriCorps Emerging Leaders Program (ELP): Volunteer Coordinator

Core Responsibilities: Under the supervision of Edu-Futuro’s Youth Programs Coordinator, lead the recruitment and orientation of volunteers, develop and deliver outreach efforts, and provide general support for ELP

Lead ELP marketing and outreach.

Recruit students, mentors, and volunteers.

Engage established and new community partners in supporting ELP activities, including middle and high school administrators as well as college admissions’ staff.

Help develop marketing materials

Manage Edu-Futuro’s volunteers’ database to make sure that all programs have the adequate student/volunteer ratio to secure the success of the ELP programs.

Tracks volunteer hours that are collected by the ELP facilitators through activity-specific attendance sheets at all ELP sites.

Train and support ELP mentors and other volunteers.

Work one-on-one with ELP II high school seniors (ELP I graduates) to coach them through the college and scholarship application process on a weekly basis (for the 2019-2020 academic year).

Organize with the ELP team youth events, such as community service, field trips, college visits, and graduation ceremonies.

Co-facilitate the delivery of ELP I and ELP III in Arlington and Fairfax County Public Schools.

Maintain & report accurate participant & volunteer data (attendance, progress, completion), and assist with keeping track of program’s expenses for meals and supplies.

Support the efforts of other ELP facilitators and the overall functioning of ELP programs.

AmeriCorps General Responsibilities

This AmeriCorps program called Moving Forward! is a partnership between CASA de Virginia (CASA), and Edu-Futuro, established to deliver comprehensive services of citizenship support, financial literacy education, connection to health/social services, and youth leadership development in Northern Virginia.

Members work together on planning community service and other events and participate in regular team activities (meetings, training, reporting, and evaluation activities). They are also responsible for promoting AmeriCorps throughout their service.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ELIGIBILITY

Available full-time (1700 hours; approx. 36 hours/week) Sept 2019 - August 2020

Must be able to serve 2-4 evenings/week and Saturdays during the delivery of the Emerging Leader Programs.

U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.

Bachelor’s degree.

Passionate about teaching/mentoring as well as serving the immigrant community.

Excellent English & interpersonal skills.

Foreign language proficiency a plus.

Access to a car required. Service activities are conducted throughout Arlington and Fairfax counties.

BENEFITS

$13,600 annual taxable stipend + FICA.

Local travel reimbursement for service-related activities.

Health insurance.

$25 monthly cellphone stipend.

Professional development and networking opportunities.

Segal AmeriCorps Education Award which can be used towards student loans and/or to help finance higher education pursuits upon successful completion of service. ($6,200)

Student loan forbearance or deferment.

Gain skills and valuable experience to prepare you for a career after-service.

A great work environment.

Make an impact in underserved communities!

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED

4-year degree

HOW TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to Paola Sandoval-Moshenberg, Program Director at careers@edu-futuro.org. Upon receipt, additional application materials will be sent to eligible applicants. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

SERVE WITH AMERICORPS AND IMPACT THE LIVES OF IMMIGRANT YOUTH IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA!

Applications are now being accepted for the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Volunteer Coordinator & ELP Co-Facilitator. This position will lead the organization’s efforts to enlist volunteers to serve as classroom aides for the Robotics Club, and as mentors, speech judges, and scholarship committee members for ELP I & II, as well as for community service activities. This position will also coordinate the planning and delivery of ELP’s marketing and outreach efforts.

ELP I and II (College preparation) are designed to prepare Hispanic and other immigrant youth for college and develop leadership skills through group and individual mentoring sessions. ELP III is designed to assist middle school children in developing their mathematical, technical, and scientific skills through participation in a Robotics Club.
AmeriCorps Emerging Leaders Program (ELP): Volunteer Coordinator

Core Responsibilities: Under the supervision of Edu-Futuro’s Youth Programs Coordinator, lead the recruitment and orientation of volunteers, develop and deliver outreach efforts, and provide general support for ELP

Lead ELP marketing and outreach.

Recruit students, mentors, and volunteers.

Engage established and new community partners in supporting ELP activities, including middle and high school administrators as well as college admissions’ staff.

Help develop marketing materials

Manage Edu-Futuro’s volunteers’ database to make sure that all programs have the adequate student/volunteer ratio to secure the success of the ELP programs.

Tracks volunteer hours that are collected by the ELP facilitators through activity-specific attendance sheets at all ELP sites.

Train and support ELP mentors and other volunteers.

Work one-on-one with ELP II high school seniors (ELP I graduates) to coach them through the college and scholarship application process on a weekly basis (for the 2019-2020 academic year).

Organize with the ELP team youth events, such as community service, field trips, college visits, and graduation ceremonies.

Co-facilitate the delivery of ELP I and ELP III in Arlington and Fairfax County Public Schools.

Maintain & report accurate participant & volunteer data (attendance, progress, completion), and assist with keeping track of program’s expenses for meals and supplies.

Support the efforts of other ELP facilitators and the overall functioning of ELP programs.

AmeriCorps General Responsibilities

This AmeriCorps program called Moving Forward! is a partnership between CASA de Virginia (CASA), and Edu-Futuro, established to deliver comprehensive services of citizenship support, financial literacy education, connection to health/social services, and youth leadership development in Northern Virginia.

Members work together on planning community service and other events and participate in regular team activities (meetings, training, reporting, and evaluation activities). They are also responsible for promoting AmeriCorps throughout their service.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ELIGIBILITY

Available full-time (1700 hours; approx. 36 hours/week) Sept 2019 - August 2020

Must be able to serve 2-4 evenings/week and Saturdays during the delivery of the Emerging Leader Programs.

U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.

Bachelor’s degree.

Passionate about teaching/mentoring as well as serving the immigrant community.

Excellent English & interpersonal skills.

Foreign language proficiency a plus.

Access to a car required. Service activities are conducted throughout Arlington and Fairfax counties.

BENEFITS

$13,600 annual taxable stipend + FICA.

Local travel reimbursement for service-related activities.

Health insurance.

$25 monthly cellphone stipend.

Professional development and networking opportunities.

Segal AmeriCorps Education Award which can be used towards student loans and/or to help finance higher education pursuits upon successful completion of service. ($6,200)

Student loan forbearance or deferment.

Gain skills and valuable experience to prepare you for a career after-service.

A great work environment.

Make an impact in underserved communities!

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED

4-year degree

HOW TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to Paola Sandoval-Moshenberg, Program Director at careers@edu-futuro.org. Upon receipt, additional application materials will be sent to eligible applicants. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.
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Living Allowance

$1083 - $1083 monthly

Benefits

Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Housing, Stipend, Student loan forbearance

Additional Benefits

$13,600 annual taxable stipend + FICA. Local travel reimbursement for service-related activities. Health insurance. $25 monthly cellphone stipend. Professional development and networking opportunities. Segal AmeriCorps Education Award which can be used towards student loans and/or to help finance higher education pursuits upon successful completion of service. ($6,200) Student loan forbearance or deferment. Gain skills and valuable experience to prepare you for a career after-service. A great work environment. Make an impact in underserved communities!

Education Requirements

Associates Degree (AA)

Desired Certifications or Qualifications

AmeriCorps members are required to have their own form of transportation.

Desired Languages

English

Other Conditions

Car recommended
Subject to criminal background check

Service Details

Focus Areas

Community & Nonprofit Development, Economic Security, Education & Youth

Service Type

Direct Service

Service Environment

Indoor

Placement

Individual and Team Placements

Service Setting

Community-based Nonprofit, Community Development Organization, Higher Education Institution, High School, Middle School, School-based Nonprofit, School District, Social Enterprise (nonprofit)

Activity Types

Hands On Activities, Office Activities, Professional Activities

Contact Information

Emily Stanislawzyk
(703) 228-2560
careers@edu-futuro.org

Hosted By

Position Details

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AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator and Youth Programs Facilitator

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