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Urban Ministry Internships
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 02/22/2008
Job Type: Full-Time
Starting in 2008
TechMission assists organizations in using technology in urban ministry to help address injustice and develop at-risk communities. This spring through our TechMission Corps AmeriCorps program, we are offering one year full-time internships at wonderful urban ministries in the greater Boston area. The following are available:
After School Program Coordinator Positions
This AmeriCorps position will assist with a k-8th grade after school program based in a church or faith-based organization doing tutoring, mentoring, providing basic technology activities, coordinating volunteers and providing overall support.
Teen Program Coordinator Positions
This AmeriCorps position will assist with a teen program based in a church or faith-based organization doing tutoring, mentoring, college prep, assisting with web-based academic enrichment elements, conducting community & parent outreach, assisting with community and school partnerships, planning college visits and workshops as directed, coordinating volunteers and providing overall support.
Volunteer Coordinator Positions
This AmeriCorps position will assist with volunteer and work-study student recruitment and coordination for programs based in churches and faith-based organizations. Duties may include recruiting and placing volunteers and work-studies at sites, assisting with monitoring, data tracking and providing overall support in volunteer management. Members may assist in other program areas as needed.
A basic living stipend for the year of at least $11,100 (stipend depends on service description) health insurance at end of year, an educational award of $4,725 to pay off past student loans or future schooling federal student loans deference or forbearance childcare AmeriCorps benefits do not affect eligibility to continue receiving government assistance
For more information on these and other opportunities
contact us at 617-282-9798 Ext. 103 or at email@example.com
making a difference through service
Applicants for this program must be at least 18 years old must have a high school degree or equivalent (GED) must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States specific qualifications vary by position but generally applicants should have good people skills, ability to work with children and have a desire to learn applicants with experience working with Black and Latino communities or non-profit community/faith-based organizations are strongly encouraged to apply familiarity with Microsoft Word and the Internet is desired accepted applicants must follow all federal and AmeriCorps guidelines with respect to faith during official AmeriCorps hours.