REVERB, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates and executes comprehensive, custom programs to green musicians’ tours and engages concertgoers to take action for the environment, seeks three (3) Concert Corps members based in northern New England during the summer of 2018. The Concert Corps members serving with REVERB will coordinate the organization’s #rockNrefill program at concert venues and music festivals, which aims to divert single-use water bottles from landfills; organize pre-show environmental service projects in partnership with community-based nonprofit organizations; and lead the recruitment, training and management of fan volunteers to create a positive impact through service.
Strong applicants will be friendly, outgoing, energetic and passionate about the environment, service, and live music; have the ability to troubleshoot unforeseen issues, working with the Project Manager (often offsite) to find best solution; be equipped to thoughtfully and thoroughly represent REVERB and all associated organizations at all times while on site; work well independently with minimal supervision; be able to carry and lift gear when necessary (up to 50 pounds); and have access to reliable transportation.
College Credit, Education award upon successful completion of service, Stipend, Training
Concert Corps members’ compensation and benefits include a $5,000 living stipend over 675 hours of service, paid out weekly (average 45 hours/week x 15 weeks = $333/week). While Concert Corps members are encouraged to serve an average of 45 hours/week between May 20-September 1, 2018, members may coordinate with the Old Sol Alliance to pickup part-time hours anytime between May 1-October 31, 2018 in order to successfully complete their 675-hour service term.
Concert Corps members will also receive a national service education award of $2,255.24 (pre-tax) after the successful completion of their 675-hour service term.
Other Concert Corps benefits include trainings and other professional development opportunities; real-world job experience in both the nonprofit sector and the music industry; lawn or general admission access to select concerts and festivals; and access to a network of hundreds of thousands of national service alumni.
Subject to criminal background check
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