As you may know, the AmeriCorps VISTA program offers individuals age 18 years and above year-long service opportunities at organizations across the United States. AmeriCorps VISTA members work to strengthen organizations that alleviate poverty through volunteering and the mobilization of resources. The Department of Language Services with Kansas City Public Schools is looking for dedicated and passionate individuals to serve the district’s diverse English Language Learner population. The positions will run from March 2018 to March 2019.
The Language Services VISTA Team with Kansas City consists of two AmeriCorps VISTA positions- the Outreach Coordinator and the Program Analyst and Research Coordinator. During their terms of service, our VISTA members participate in activities such as development, grant writing, volunteer coordination, and social media/community outreach, among other things. Members of the Language Services VISTA Team have the opportunity to serve their community while gaining valuable skill sets and experience for the future.
We are now accepting applications for VISTA positions starting in March. Please use the links below to create a profile and apply NOW!
Please feel free to contact me should you have any further questions!
Allyson Hile / Director of Language Services Main (816) email@example.com Kansas City Public Schools / Department of Language Services Office (816) 418-5287/ Cell (816) 582-0673 4904 Independence Ave., suite 104 Kansas City, MO 64109 ... See MoreSee Less
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