AmeriCorps VISTA Positions
We are looking for motivated self-starters with a passion for service! Desired skills include: communications; community organizing; computer technology; education; fundraising/grant writing; leadership; conflict resolution; public speaking; recruitment; writing/editing; youth development; and general skills.
Salary - Monthly Living Stipend
The Families in Transition VISTA Program is focused on improving the quality of life for the most disadvantaged members of New Hampshire communities. Our efforts are led by a remarkable team of dedicated AmeriCorps VISTA members from all over the country. Our capacity building VISTAs are strategically placed with selected host sites that provide critical services, training and empowerment programs aimed at lifting residents up and out of the chains of poverty. The VISTA Leaders will serve as role models, trainers and resource providers who strengthen the leadership capacity of their VISTAs, VISTA projects and community members. The leaders will work to expand and build the capacity of individual VISTA members and their respective host sites.
As a VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America), you will work for a minimum of one year to build programs, create change, and fight poverty in New Hampshire communities. Many VISTAs are recent college graduates; however, VISTAs can vary in age and experience.
VISTA responsibilities may include volunteer coordination and tracking, grant writing, coalition building, program design and implementation, community outreach, employment and training, marketing, fundraising, and other activities help organizations create effective and sustainable solutions to end poverty.
As a VISTA, you may work in a variety of service areas including homelessness, community development, entrepreneurship, afterschool programming, and social support for at-risk populations such as youth, elders, or refugees.
Submit your application and we will match you with an agency that suits your skill set and interests. We are looking for motivated self-starters with a passion for service.
Academic and Career Advising offers no guarantees about any position posted through this web site and is not responsible for any aspect of resulting employment. Listings on this page do not constitute Keene State College endorsement or affiliation. Students are responsible for gathering all necessary information about the position and the employer.
Local, regional, and national companies and organizations as well as private families wish to recruit you for various openings. These range from part-time positions for pay while you are in school; summer jobs for either experience or pay; internships related to your field of study (paid and unpaid; as well as career opportunities when you are ready to graduate.
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Keene, New Hampshire 03435