Urban Servant Corps (USC) is a full-time service year program in Denver, CO. Volunteers live together in the heart of the city, practicing service, simplicity, spirituality and intentional community. The Cafe Service Member will work in a kitchen/small restaurant setting and is responsible for engaging with volunteers and guests directly and creating a welcoming and safe environment. This position will be responsible for sharing the mission of the cafe to all guests and volunteers and explaining how guests can choose to participate for a meal. The Service Member will assist in coordinating daily scheduled and drop-in volunteers. This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to adapt to the needs of a diverse volunteer base and clientele.
Health coverage, Housing, Stipend, Student loan forbearance
Volunteers receive a food stipend, a personal stipend, and have an individual bedroom in a large Denver community home. The community house includes Wi-Fi, trash service and heating. USC offers volunteers who complete a successful year of service a $1,000.00 readjustment allowance at the end of the year to be used at the volunteer's discretion and $2,000.00 towards student loan debt reduction with the option to apply for a total of up to $7,000.00 towards student loan debt reduction. During a year of service, USC also offers each volunteer a $300.00 professional growth and development fund, a $500.00 medical fund (prescriptions, counseling, office visit co-pay, etc.), bikes to use or a bus pass for service sites that are more than two miles from the volunteer community house, spiritual direction, if desired, and 10 days of vacation time. Volunteers who experience menstruation will also receive an additional stipend to purchase necessary products. The community will also experience two retreat weekends and a trip to the U.S./Mexico border.
Subject to criminal background check