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The ESP team is looking to fill 6 full-time positions!
The first is a permanent office member, and the other five commit to a year of a service as an AmeriCorps member. Think you or a friend are interested? Read on below:
Volunteer & AmeriCorps Coordinator
ESP is looking for a passionate, outgoing, and energetic individual to oversee the many volunteers who help make ESP’s programs and events possible. You’ll work closely with the young adults and compassionate community members who everyday donate their time and talent to the mission.
The volunteer coordinator will be responsible for:
- recruiting, managing, and engaging volunteers
- evaluating, improving, and executing our overall volunteer program
- directly supervising and ensuring a positive service experience for our 5 AmeriCorps members
This is a position for someone with not only management experience but also a sense of excitement at the prospect of a fast-paced and diverse work environment.
Perks of the job include: endless hugs from our ESP participants, shaping the meaningful experiences our young volunteers will have at ESP, yummy Java Joy coffee and muffins, and plenty of fun days at camp.
Interested? Check out the full job description:
ESP just became an official AmeriCorps State Program site for the state of Georgia. AmeriCorps is the domestic version of the Peace Corps – a year-long program in which people commit to a year of service in order to improve their communities. Our members will work in one of two capacities, and in return, receive a monthly living allowance, education award, personal development, and rent-free housing at Camp Hooray.
There are two roles: the Java Joy Program Leader and the Family Experience Leader.
The Java Joy Program Leader will create and implement job skills training for all Joyristas, encourage and assist all Java Joy members, and more.
The Family Experience Leader will focus on reaching families of a child with a disability in low-income and rural communities through targeted outreach to schools, serve as an advocate for with disabilities, and more.
Sound like something you could be a part of?