The Volunteer Coordinator's main responsibilities will be to manage a Community Outreach Grant in Michigan. A second primary responsibility includes increasing volunteerism statewide for the CTEH program. This position is full-time and receives a variety of benefits including a $12,100 living stipend, student loan forbearance, health, eye and dental insurance and a $5,645 education award when term of service has been successfully completed. Term of service will run from Oct. 2014 to Oct. 2015. Full-time members may also be eligible for child care. Local travel to AmeriCorps events will be reimbursed.
A successful candidate will need to possess exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail, knowledge of Microsoft office applications, strong written and verbal communication skills, desire to serve the homeless population and the organizations that support them, and knowledge of social media. Requires an associate degree or equivalent work experience. Will also need reliable transportation.
Our Michigan’s Campaign to End Homelessness AmeriCorps Program is now accepting applications for full and half-time positions at various agencies around Michigan!
2014 Candidate Questionnaire Response:
To educate voters about candidates for the upcoming November 6 th general election, the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness asked U.S. Congressional and Michigan Legislative Candidates to complete a questionnaire about their views on the issue of homelessness. Click here to see their responses.