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Agriculture & Natural Resources Conservation| Community, Family, & Personal Services| Computer Science & Mathematics| Education| Health Administration & Assisting| Social Sciences & Law

Applied Mathematics| Child Development| Early Childhood Education| Elementary Education| English Language & Literature, General| Environmental Science| Health Services Administration,General| Health-Related Professions & Services, General*| Human Resources Management| International Relations & Affairs| Legal Studies, General*| Mathematics, General| Psychology, General| Social Sciences, General| Social Studies/Sciences Education| Social Work| Sociology| Special Education| Teacher Education, General| Teacher Education, Subject-Specific*| Women’s Studies

Positions Posted (Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page)

Position 1:

Reading Tutor

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Seasonal

Accepted Majors:

Agriculture & Natural Resources Conservation| Architecture| Area, Ethnic, & Multidisciplinary Studies| Communications| Community, Family, & Personal Services| Computer Science & Mathematics| Education| Engineering| English & Foreign Languages| Health Administration & Assisting| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Applied Mathematics| Child Development| Communications, General| Creative Writing| Early Childhood Education| Elementary Education| English-as-a-Second-Language Education| Liberal Arts & General Studies*| Linguistics| Mass Communications| Music Education| Music, General| Psychology, General| Social Sciences, General| Social Studies/Sciences Education| Social Work| Sociology| Spanish Language & Literature| Special Education| Teacher Education, General| Teacher Education, Subject-Specific*| Women’s Studies

Position Description:

Position Summary

Thousands of children need extra help to read at grade level. Take action as a tutor because kids who are strong readers by the end of 3rd grade are positioned to be strong learners for the rest of their lives.

As a Reading Tutor, you’ll be placed at a local school where you’ll help students in kindergarten through third grade to become better readers. Every day, you’ll meet with students one-on-one or in small groups to provide extra practice and build skills.

With training and on-site coaching, we’ll prepare you to help kids succeed. Students make the most progress when you are there, so our tutors serve during school hours and are needed for the entire school year. We are currently recruiting tutors for the 2022-23 school year, with the option of beginning in August, October or January.

This is an AmeriCorps member position with Reading Corps and you’ll be joining a team of nearly 2,000 tutors nationwide. Together, we’re on a mission because kids who read have the power to succeed!


What to Expect

- Use proven strategies to help students build their skills and confidence.
- Collaborate with coaches to monitor student progress and see what’s working.
- Conduct skill assessments and enter student scores into data management software.
- Commit to continuous improvement through coaching, training and professional development.
- Represent Reading Corps at school-sponsored activities and share your experience with the wider community to help build awareness.

Perks Package

Give your time as a tutor and receive a scalable perks package based on your time commitment of 35, 25, or 18 hours per week.

35 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $900 paid every 2 weeks
- $18,900 total for 1200 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $15,300 total for 900 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $9,900 total for 675 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $4,546 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- Individual health insurance — Monthly premium 100% covered
- Child care assistance — Based on family size and income

25 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $650 paid every 2 weeks
- $13,650 total for 900 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $11,050 total for 675 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $7,150 total for 450 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $3,247 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

18 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $450 paid every 2 weeks
- $9,450 total for 675 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $7,650 total for 450 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $4,950 total for 300 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $2,474 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- *The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child, or stepchild.


What it Takes

Reading Corps takes ordinary people and trains them to be great tutors. Anyone can become a tutor as long as they have a passion to take action for kids – and meet the following minimum qualifications. By the time they begin their service, our tutors are:

- Dependable and have a history of good attendance
- Able to understand and follow instructions
- Capable of setting a pace and maintaining a schedule with students
- Competent with basic computer skills (like email and navigating online)
- Fluent in English for speaking, reading, and writing
- 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
- A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States*
- Able to successfully complete a background check
- *Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.


Have Questions?

We’d love to hear from you! Contact us at 866-859-2825 or join@ampact.us.




About our Organization

Reading Corps is powered by AmeriCorps members who serve as tutors. Since the program launched in 2003, Reading Corps has helped more than 300,000 children improve their skills and become stronger readers. Rigorous third-party evaluation has consistently shown that students who have Reading Corps make greater gains. What’s more — kids with traditional risk factors make even more progress than their peers. Building on success in Minnesota, Reading Corps is replicated nationally in 12 states, the District of Columbia, and is still growing!

Reading Corps is an Ampact educational program that is administered through a formal partnership with ServeMinnesota and fueled by research from the National Science + Service Collaborative. As a national organization, Ampact demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Recovery Corps, Climate Impact Corps, and Heading Home Corps.

Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.

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Position 2:

Math Tutor

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Seasonal

Accepted Majors:

Communications| Community, Family, & Personal Services| Computer Science & Mathematics| Education| Engineering Technology & Drafting| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Applied Mathematics| Early Childhood Education| Elementary Education| English Language & Literature, General| Linguistics| Mathematics, General| Music Education| Music, Theory & Composition| Social Sciences, General| Social Work| Sociology| Special Education| Statistics| Teacher Education, General| Teacher Education, Subject-Specific*

Position Description:

Position Summary

Thousands of children need extra help to complete math at grade level. Take action as a tutor because students who have strong foundational math skills are better prepared for success in the classroom, community and workplace.

As a Math Tutor, you’ll be placed at a local school where you’ll help students in kindergarten through third grade or fourth - eighth grade to improve their core math skills and gain confidence. Every day, you’ll meet with students in small groups to provide extra practice and build skills.

With great training and on-site coaching, we’ll prepare you to help kids succeed. Students make the most progress when you are there, so our tutors serve during school hours and are needed for the entire school year. We are currently recruiting tutors for the 2022-23 school year, with the option of beginning in August, October or January.

This is an AmeriCorps member position with Math Corps and you’ll be joining a team of 300 tutors nationwide. Together we’re on a mission to multiply a student’s future opportunities through math!


What to Expect

- Use proven strategies to help students build their skills and confidence.
- Collaborate with coaches to monitor student progress and see what’s working.
- Conduct skill assessments and enter student scores into data management software.
- Commit to continuous improvement through coaching, training and professional development.
- Represent Math Corps at school-sponsored activities and share your experience with the wider community to help build awareness.

Perks Package

Give your time as a tutor and receive a scalable perks package based on your time commitment of 35, 25, or 18 hours per week.

35 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $900 paid every 2 weeks
- $18,900 total for 1200 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $15,300 total for 900 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $9,900 total for 675 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $4,546 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- Individual health insurance — Monthly premium 100% covered
- Child care assistance — Based on family size and income

25 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $650 paid every 2 weeks
- $13,650 total for 900 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $11,050 total for 675 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $7,150 total for 450 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $3,247 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

18 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $450 paid every 2 weeks
- $9,450 total for 675 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $7,650 total for 450 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $4,950 total for 300 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $2,474 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

*The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child or stepchild.


What it Takes

Math Corps takes ordinary people and trains them to be great tutors. Anyone can become a tutor as long as they have a passion to take action for kids – and meet the following minimum qualifications. By the time they begin their service, our tutors are:

- Dependable and have a history of good attendance
- Able to understand and follow instructions
- Capable of setting a pace and maintain a schedule with students
- Competent with basic computer skills (like email and navigating online)
- Fluent in English for speaking, reading, and writing
- 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
- A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States*
- Able to successfully complete a background check


Have Questions?

We’d love to hear from you! Contact us at 866-859-2825 or join@ampact.us.

About our Organization

Math Corps is powered by AmeriCorps members who serve as tutors. Started in 2008, Math Corps has helped more than 20,000 kids in grades 4-8 build foundational skills and get on track with math. Independent evaluation shows Math Corps students are twice as likely to achieve year-end benchmarks than their peers without Math Corps. The program is replicated nationally and is currently offered in Minnesota, California, Georgia, Mississippi and Michigan.

Math Corps is an Ampact educational program that is administered through a formal partnership with ServeMinnesota and fueled by research from the National Science + Service Collaborative. As a national organization, Ampact demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Recovery Corps, Climate Impact Corps, and Heading Home Corps.

Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.

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Position 3:

Community Forestry Member

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Seasonal

Accepted Majors:

Agriculture & Natural Resources Conservation| Area, Ethnic, & Multidisciplinary Studies| Communications| Community, Family, & Personal Services| Education| Engineering Technology & Drafting| Health Administration & Assisting| Health Sciences & Technologies| Sciences: Biological & Physical| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Biology, General| Civil Engineering| Engineering (Pre-Engineering), General| Environmental Science| Geography| Microbiology & Immunology| Psychology, General| Social Sciences, General| Sociology

Position Description:

Position Summary

Join the global fight for a healthy climate by making a difference in local communities. Community Forestry members serve at a nonprofit or public agency with a mission to help communities mitigate and prepare for climate change with a focus on preserving and increasing tree canopy.

Service with the Community Forestry Initiative includes many projects that support our communities and environment. From tree planting to outreach and education, Community Forestry members are helping build a healthy, resilient, and environmentally just future for all.


We are currently recruiting for the 2022-23 program year with opportunities beginning in August, October and January. Your commitment to Community Forestry Corps will be 40 hours per week. This is an AmeriCorps member position with the Community Forestry Initiative of Climate Impact Corps. You will join an amazing group of members, determined to help our communities.

What to Expect

- Work with partners on planting programs and tree inventories.
- Help design, construct and manage nursery gravel beds.
- Play an integral role in outreach and education programs by sharing your experience.
- Develop Emerald Ash Borer management plans.
- Develop your skills in a variety of fields including construction management, conservation, landscape design and more.


Perks Package

Give your time as a Community Forestry Member and receive a scalable perks package based on your time commitment of 40 or 25 hours per week.


40 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $1,100 paid every 2 weeks
- $25,300 total for 1,700 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $20,900 total for 1,350 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $15,400 total for 1,000 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $6,495 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- Individual health insurance — Monthly premium 100% covered
- Child care assistance — Based on family size and income



25 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $650 paid every 2 weeks
- $14,950 total for 900 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $12,350 total for 675 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $8,450 total for 450 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $3,247 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

*The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child or step-child.


What it Takes

Our members come from all walks of life. The most important qualification is a passion to take action for your community – and meet the following minimum qualifications. By the time they begin their service, our members are:


- Dependable and have a history of good attendance
- Able to understand and follow instructions
- Set a pace and maintain a service schedule of 40 or 25 hours per week
- Competent with basic computer skills (like email and navigating online)
- Fluent in English for speaking, reading, and writing
- 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
- A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States*
- Able to successfully complete a background check


*Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.



About our Organization

Climate Impact Corps is powered by passionate AmeriCorps members who serve in one of two initiatives: Community Forestry Corps or Home Energy Corps. The program was launched in 2020, to address urgent needs in Minnesota and is administered by Ampact.


Ampact is a national organization that demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Heading Home Corps and Recovery Corps.


Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.


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Position 4:

Recovery Project Coordinator

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Seasonal

Accepted Majors:

Community, Family, & Personal Services| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Social Sciences, General| Social Work| Sociology| Women’s Studies

Position Description:

Position Summary

Minnesota is facing an opioid epidemic, and local organizations need your help to quickly and thoughtfully address this crisis. Take action by offering your time and talent as a Recovery Project Coordinator.

As a Recovery Project Coordinator, you’ll help organizations expand their services to more people who have been affected by substance use disorder. You will work with a team of professionals to support people in recovery by evaluating/creating internal programs, building external partner networks, creating training programs or developing recovery workforce pipelines.

We are currently recruiting for the 2022-23 program year with opportunities beginning in August, October and January. Your commitment to Recovery Corps will be 40 hours per week. This is an AmeriCorps member position with Recovery Corps. You’ll join an amazing cohort of Recovery Project Coordinators from all backgrounds and experiences.


What to Expect

- Help organizations build capacity to address the opioid epidemic.
- Coordinate and support a variety of projects, program development and outreach activities.
- Receive training, professional development, and ongoing support from staff
- Gain valuable hands-on experience, build your professional network and launch your career while embedded at a local recovery organization.
- Share your experience with the wider community as a Recovery Corps ambassador.


Perks Package

While your organization benefits from your service, you’ll be rewarded with more than just a sense of satisfaction. Opioid Response Project Coordinators receive a perks package at 40 hours per week that includes:

- A stipend of $1,100 paid every 2 weeks
- $25,300 total for 1,700 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $20,900 total for 1,350 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $15,400 total for 1,000 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $6,495 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- Individual health insurance — Monthly premium 100% covered
- Child care assistance — Based on family size and income

*The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child or step-child.


What it Takes

Our Coordinators come from all walks of life. The most important qualification is a passion to take action for your community – and meet the following minimum qualifications. By the time they begin their service, our Navigators are:

- Dependable and have a history of good attendance
- Able to understand and follow instructions
- Set a pace and maintain a service schedule of 40 hours per week
- Direct or indirect experience with substance use disorders and strong desire to effect change across the addiction care continuum
- Comfortable using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel), completing internet searches and navigating resources online, completing data entry, experience with using e-mail regularly, including sending attachments, comfort with database and software use, and experience with using videoconferencing software and attending training online
- Fluent in English for speaking, reading, and writing English fluently
- 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
- A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States*
- Able to successfully complete a background check**

*Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.

**Successful completion of an additional Department of Human Service background check may be required for any site that is 245G licensed with the state of MN.


About our Organization

Recovery Corps is powered by community-minded individuals who serve as AmeriCorps members. Recovery Corps was launched in Minnesota by Ampact as part of our healthy futures program offerings, and has since expanded to include Illinois.


Ampact is a national organization that demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Heading Home, and Climate Impact Corps.


Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.


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Position 5:

Public Health Project Coordinator

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Seasonal

Accepted Majors:

Community, Family, & Personal Services| Education| Health Sciences & Technologies| Sciences: Biological & Physical

Job Categories:

Health Services Administration,General| Health-Related Professions & Services, General*| Public Health| Social Sciences, General| Social Work| Sociology

Position Description:

Position Summary

As we continue to experience the effects of the global pandemic, there’s never been a more important time to support the health and wellness of our communities. Take action and help meet urgent public health needs. By offering your time and talent as a Public Health Project Coordinator, you can help build site capacity to deliver critical services in your community. Public Health Corps provides you with valuable, hands-on experience in public health, plus career coaching and support from public health experts. You provide the skills, dedication and time that our communities need.

We are currently recruiting for the 2022-23 program year with opportunities beginning in August, October or January. Your commitment to Public Health Corps will be 40 or 25 hours per week. This is an AmeriCorps member position with Public Health Corps. Join an amazing cohort of Public Health Project Coordinators from all backgrounds and experiences.


What to Expect

- Help facilitate data collection and survey administration.
- Engage community members in focus groups and public health conversations.
- Advance health and racial equity initiatives.
- Support contact tracing programs and implement COVID-19 education campaigns.
- Participate in ongoing training and professional development.
- Gain hands-on experience in public health while embedded in a local agency.
- Share your experience with the wider community as a Public Health Corps ambassador.

Perks Package

Public Health Project Coordinators receive a perks package at 40 hours a week that includes:

- A stipend of $1,100 paid every 2 weeks
- $25,300 total for 1,700 hours of service starting in August 2022
- $20,900 total for 1,350 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $15,400 total for 1,000 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $6,495 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
- Individual health insurance — Monthly premium 100% covered
- Child care assistance — Based on family size and income

25 hours/week perks:

- A stipend of $650 paid every 2 weeks
- $12,350 total for 675 hours of service starting in October 2022
- $8,450 total for 450 hours of service starting in January 2023
- Up to $3,247 for tuition or student loans*
- Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

*The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child or stepchild.


What it Takes

Our Project Coordinators come from all walks of life. The most important qualification is a passion to take action for your community – and meet the following minimum qualifications. By the time they begin their service, our Project Coordinators are:

- Dependable and have a history of good attendance
- Able to manage projects Set a pace and maintain a service schedule of 40 hours per week
- Comfortable using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel); competent completing internet searches and navigating resources online; and have experience with using e-mail regularly.
- Fluent in English 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
- A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States*
- Able to successfully complete a background check

*Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.


About our Organization

Public Health Corps is powered by AmeriCorps members who are on a mission to meet urgent public health needs. The program launched in 2022 and is administered by Ampact as part of our healthy futures program offerings.


Ampact is a national organization that demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Recovery Corps, Heading Home Corps and Climate Impact Corps.


Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.


This document is available in alternative formats.

Contact Information

Brianne

Benson-Schlegel

Recruiter

2184618244

2400 Park Ave

Minneapolis

Minnesota

55804