A Year of Service with Washington Service Corps and ACRS

Are you interested in working with an amazing group of clients as they navigate
the citizenship process, learn English and develop job skills? Would you like to
support immigrant and refugee youth as they engage in project based learning
and develop life skills? ACRS’ AmeriCorps opportunities might be the perfect fit!
We are recruiting for opportunities to do 10.5 months of service in our
Citizenship, Employment and Children, Youth and Family departments. These
positions are a perfect fit for a caring and motivated individual committed to
social justice. Service in our AmeriCorps program requires a commitment to 10-
1/2 months and 1,700 hours of service. Projects are based on a 40-hour week (8 hours in service daily, Monday through Friday). Members receive a stipend of $1,450 a month and receive an education award of $6,095 upon completion.

Learn more about our AmeriCorps opportunities and apply today!

To be eligible to serve as an AmeriCorps member, you must be at least 17 years
old at the time you start serving. You must be a U.S. citizen, national or lawful
permanent resident alien. You must have a high school diploma or GED – or be
on schedule to complete your education for either of them during your service
term (note that some positions require a college degree). Learn more about
Washington Service Corps AmeriCorps.

Learn more about these opportunities and complete the AmeriCorps application
at www.bit.ly/2019ACRSWSC. If the position sounds like a fit, you’ll be routed
to AmeriCorps website where you’ll create an account and submit an
AmeriCorps application along with two reference. Please also send a copy of
your resume to [email protected]. Contact [email protected] with any
further questions.

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