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Green Iowa AmeriCorps Environmental Steward

Not Actively Recruiting

Service Dates

September 16, 2019 - August 10, 2020

Application Window

July 25, 2019 - August 12, 2019

Locations

  • Ames, IA
  • Bondurant, IA
  • Cedar Falls, IA
  • Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Decorah, IA
  • Des Moines, IA
  • Dubuque, IA
  • Iowa City, IA
  • Okoboji, IA
  • Oskaloosa, IA
  • Tiffin, IA
  • Van Meter, IA
  • Vinton, IA
  • Waverly, IA

Contact Information

Ashley Craft
(319) 273-7273
GIACrecruitment@gmail.com

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Position Details

Full-Time Environmental Team Coordinator

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Listing Details

Description

Service Description: Green Iowa AmeriCorps operates through the University of Northern Iowa’s Center for
Energy and Environmental Education (UNI CEEE) in Cedar Falls. The program is looking to recruit passionate and
motivated individuals for an 11 month service experience in one of our service locations throughout Iowa. As a
member of our new and existing programs sites, you will have the opportunity to create plans in conjunction with
city officials, nonprofit leaders, school districts, and execute projects that will greatly impact the communities we
serve. The leadership and empowerment experienced as part of our program will be like no other!
Our program hopes to train the next generation of ‘green-collar’ workers through a combination of field trips,
presentations, and hands-on learning. Members have the opportunity to build leadership abilities through specific
coordinator roles, which allow each member to contribute unique skills to the program. Members have access to
free trainings, hands on skill development, and extensive community engagement.
Our mission is empowering Iowa's communities and school districts to make more environmental,
conservation-minded decisions and improvements through direct service work, environmental education,
professional development opportunities, and volunteer engagement. Green Iowa AmeriCorps consists of three
branches: Energy & Community, Sustainable Schools and Land & Water Stewards. Each branch of our program
will provide AmeriCorps members with the unique opportunity to enhance their professional development goals,
cultivate community-wide relationships, and work toward making Iowa a more sustainable, eco-nomic state.

● Energy & Community- members serve in a team based setting providing residential energy efficiency
services to underserved populations, conducting environmental education, and engaging in community
service projects with service locations in Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Decorah, Des Moines, Dubuque &
Iowa City

● Sustainable Schools-members serve in Iowa school districts as sustainability coordinators to reduce
energy and waste, support teachers and students in environment education efforts, and create project
based learning opportunities with service locations in Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City,
Vinton, & Waverly

● Land & Water Stewards-members create environmental education and community programming related
to healthy water and land stewardship in conjunction with many local and state partners with a service
locations in Ames, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Milford, and Oskaloosa.

Program Benefits: Federal Loan Deferment, Health Coverage, Training and Certification, Individualized Professional
Development opportunities, Education stipend upon successful completion, Monthly Living stipend, Leadership
experience, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Qualification, Interest Accrual Repayment

Living Allowance: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $13,992 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS)
Sustainable Schools - $9,876.00 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS) Living allowances are distributed evenly in monthly
installments over the course of the service term.

Segal Education Award: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $6,095.00. Sustainable Schools -
$4,266.50. Education Awards are contingent upon successful completion of the program.

Terms: Position based on completion of 1,700 hours of service in a full-time work schedule (36-38 hours/week) or
a 1,200 reduced full-time scheduled (26-28 hours/week) for Sustainable Schools’ positions, flexible vacation and
sick leave. Outside employment available during off hours, school attendance available during off hours

Service Areas: Neighborhood Revitalization, Habitat Restoration, Housing, Community Engagement, Storm Water
Management, Outreach Education, Community and Economic Development, Environment, and Capacity Building

Service Description: Green Iowa AmeriCorps operates through the University of Northern Iowa’s Center for
Energy and Environmental Education (UNI CEEE) in Cedar Falls. The program is looking to recruit passionate and
motivated individuals for an 11 month service experience in one of our service locations throughout Iowa. As a
member of our new and existing programs sites, you will have the opportunity to create plans in conjunction with
city officials, nonprofit leaders, school districts, and execute projects that will greatly impact the communities we
serve. The leadership and empowerment experienced as part of our program will be like no other!
Our program hopes to train the next generation of ‘green-collar’ workers through a combination of field trips,
presentations, and hands-on learning. Members have the opportunity to build leadership abilities through specific
coordinator roles, which allow each member to contribute unique skills to the program. Members have access to
free trainings, hands on skill development, and extensive community engagement.
Our mission is empowering Iowa's communities and school districts to make more environmental,
conservation-minded decisions and improvements through direct service work, environmental education,
professional development opportunities, and volunteer engagement. Green Iowa AmeriCorps consists of three
branches: Energy & Community, Sustainable Schools and Land & Water Stewards. Each branch of our program
will provide AmeriCorps members with the unique opportunity to enhance their professional development goals,
cultivate community-wide relationships, and work toward making Iowa a more sustainable, eco-nomic state.

● Energy & Community- members serve in a team based setting providing residential energy efficiency
services to underserved populations, conducting environmental education, and engaging in community
service projects with service locations in Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Decorah, Des Moines, Dubuque &
Iowa City

● Sustainable Schools-members serve in Iowa school districts as sustainability coordinators to reduce
energy and waste, support teachers and students in environment education efforts, and create project
based learning opportunities with service locations in Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City,
Vinton, & Waverly

● Land & Water Stewards-members create environmental education and community programming related
to healthy water and land stewardship in conjunction with many local and state partners with a service
locations in Ames, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Milford, and Oskaloosa.

Program Benefits: Federal Loan Deferment, Health Coverage, Training and Certification, Individualized Professional
Development opportunities, Education stipend upon successful completion, Monthly Living stipend, Leadership
experience, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Qualification, Interest Accrual Repayment

Living Allowance: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $13,992 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS)
Sustainable Schools - $9,876.00 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS) Living allowances are distributed evenly in monthly
installments over the course of the service term.

Segal Education Award: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $6,095.00. Sustainable Schools -
$4,266.50. Education Awards are contingent upon successful completion of the program.

Terms: Position based on completion of 1,700 hours of service in a full-time work schedule (36-38 hours/week) or
a 1,200 reduced full-time scheduled (26-28 hours/week) for Sustainable Schools’ positions, flexible vacation and
sick leave. Outside employment available during off hours, school attendance available during off hours

Service Areas: Neighborhood Revitalization, Habitat Restoration, Housing, Community Engagement, Storm Water
Management, Outreach Education, Community and Economic Development, Environment, and Capacity Building
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Living Allowance

$1100 - $1140 monthly

Benefits

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

Education Benefits

Credential or Certification

Education Requirements

Some College

Desired Languages

English

Other Conditions

Car recommended
Subject to criminal background check

Service Details

Focus Areas

Economic Security, Environment

Weekly Hours

40

Location Type

Rural, Suburban, Urban

Service Type

Combination of direct and indirect service

Service Environment

Indoor and Outdoor

Placement

Team Placement

Service Setting

Community-based Nonprofit, Community Development Organization, Higher Education Institution

Activity Types

Hands On Activities, Office Activities, Professional Activities

Contact Information

Ashley Craft
(319) 273-7273
GIACrecruitment@gmail.com

Hosted By

Position Details

Full-Time Environmental Team Coordinator

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