4 Minimum-Time AmeriCorps Members on each campus will join a team of 38 AmeriCorps members to build partnerships with community organizations to affect behavioral and technical change leading to energy efficiency, particularly for economically disadvantaged Mainers. These members will help raise awareness about energy efficiency methods, recruit participants for Energy Education events, promote MPES and Green Certification Audits in communities and connect participants with energy conservation resources. Through community partnerships focused on reducing energy and light weatherization services, MPES AmeriCorps Environmental Education Organizers will help increase energy efficiency and cost savings for economically disadvantaged populations, community organizations and non-profit higher educational institutions during the Summer of 2019.
Education award upon successful completion of service, Stipend, Training
High School Graduate
Subject to criminal background check