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CRC supports service that strengthens Colorado communities and communities throughout the nation. National service alumni are strong leaders who are motivated, flexible, innovative, and outcome-oriented. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

Staff Positions

 Position Summary and Ideal Candidate:

The Administrative and Development Assistant supports the CEO and organizational fund development initiatives by providing a broad range of administrative duties in a fast-paced environment. This position serves as the primary point of contact for all matters pertaining to the CEO, is a liaison with our Board of Directors, and supports CRC’s culture of philanthropy. Ideal candidates will be attentive to detail, organized, proactive, strong communicators, independent, flexible, possess good judgement, and connect with CRC’s mission.

Areas of Responsibility:

The Administrative and Development Assistant will serve as a trusted partner to the CEO, working together to develop and advance organizational initiatives and partnerships. They will be expected to work independently with minimal direction, maintain confidentiality, create complex collateral and correspondence, and perform a wide range of highly detailed duties including, but not limited to the following:

Assistant to the President and CEO

  • Manage the CEO’s calendar, anticipate logistical and administrative needs, arrange complex travel plans, and prepare detailed and accurate itineraries and agendas
  • Screen incoming communication and respond appropriately and accurately on behalf of CRC and the CEO
  • Conserve and protect the CEO’s time by streamlining communications and processes, serving as a gatekeeper, communicating and following up on requests of others, anticipating and resolving potential issues in advance, and ensuring that the CEO has the resources needed to meet goals and deadlines
  • Maintain and prepare board and committee documents, schedule meetings and calls, and manage general communication and coordination with the Board of Directors
  • Attend meetings, transcribe meeting minutes, capture action items, and execute follow up as directed
  • Set-up and prepare for meetings and events involving the CEO including meal requests, room reservations and set up, AV equipment, meeting agendas and collateral, and meeting follow-up

Communications Support

  • Take dictation and direction from the CEO to accurately compose, prepare, and edit documents including: emails and correspondence; programmatic, fundraising, and marketing collateral; organizational planning documents and work plans; board documents and reports; grant applications and reports; presentations and training curriculum; and other necessary documents
  • Research, analyze, and prepare information to support administrative and executive initiatives
  • Coordinate and grow the CEO’s social media presence in alignment with CRC’s strategies

Fund Development and Special Event Support

  • Draft donor correspondence including thank you letters and special cultivation initiatives
  • Maintain filing systems and the development database including completing data entry and ensuring the accuracy and integrity of records; utilize the database to support fund development initiatives
  • Participate in CRC’s foundation, corporate, and individual giving programs by conducting research on prospective donors and assisting in outreach, cultivation, and prospecting of current and new funders
  • Coordinate logistics, prepare materials, and execute follow up for meetings and events
  • Assist the team with fundraising, organizational, and other special events including CRC’s 40th Anniversary, State of the Sector, strategic planning sessions, and employee recognition activities

Qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, non-profit management, communications, or other relevant field. Work experience, similar to that described above, may substitute year-for-year for the required degree.
  • Experience: Three years of professional experience providing executive level administrative services to C-level management, preferably in a nonprofit organization, required.
  • Experience or demonstrated interest in nonprofit fund development or event planning a plus
  • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation
  • AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply

A successful applicant will also possess the following qualities:

  • Organized and attentive to all details: able to seamlessly to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks to meet deadlines; thrives in small details and complex logistics
  • Excellent communicator: able to communicate professionally and accurately on behalf of the CEO; especially strong written skills including the ability to create and edit complex documents with limited direction; excellent grammar and proofreading ability
  • A proactive problem solver: able to foresee and plan for future needs and resolve problems or recommend next steps with limited direction in a timely manner
  • Tech savvy: strong knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Microsoft Outlook; learns new technologies quickly; experience with a CRM databases a plus
  • A fast paced and adaptable team player: willingness to work cooperatively as part of a fast moving team with frequent changes, delays, or unexpected events; driven by the idea of growing a non-profit organization; bringing a positive, professional attitude and sound judgement

Compensation & Benefits:

This is a full-time position based in CRC’s Denver office. Salary range is $40,000-$45,000 and is commensurate with depth of experience and overall qualifications. Benefits include a competitive PTO package and health, dental, vision and long-term disability insurance options. Perks include opportunities for professional development, team building activities, volunteer service, and paid parking.

How to Apply:

To apply, please send a single PDF of your resume and cover letter to email hidden; JavaScript is required explaining how your experience aligns with the job responsibilities.

Please reference “Administrative and Development Assistant” in the subject line of your email.  No phone calls please. You can find out more about CRC programs at www.crcamerica.org.

Community Resource Center is a member of the Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits and has a team of nine staff and four AmeriCorps VISTA members.  CRC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for staff, AmeriCorps VISTAs, volunteers and program participants.  We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ people to apply.

Position Summary:

The Executive Coordinator supports the CEO by providing a broad range of administrative duties in a fast-paced environment. This role requires a high degree of independent judgment, decision making, initiative, and discretion. The Executive Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for all matters pertaining to the CEO and is a liaison with our Board of Directors. Ideal candidates will have proven high attention to detail, work well in ambiguity and managing change, remain grounded in the day-to-day responsibilities, and connect with the mission of CRC.

Areas of Responsibility:

The Executive Coordinator will serve as a trusted partner to the CEO with demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and use discretion in daily work. They will be expected to work independently and perform a wide range of highly detailed duties including, but not limited to the following:

  • Manage the CEO’s calendar, anticipate logistical and administrative needs, arrange complex travel plans, and prepare detailed itineraries
  • Screen incoming communication and respond appropriately and accurately on behalf of CRC and the CEO
  • Compose and prepare internal and external correspondences including reports, memos, letters of support, presentations, meeting agendas, and other necessary documents
  • Maintain board documents, prepare board packets, schedule meetings, and manage general communication and coordination with the Board of Directors on behalf of the CEO
  • Attend meetings, transcribe meeting minutes, capture action items, and follow up as directed by the CEO
  • With minimal direction, set-up and prepare for meetings involving the CEO including meal requests, room reservations, AV equipment, and meeting preparation and follow-up
  • Manage various staff awards, cards, gifts, and other incentives to honor staff achievements, life events, and employment recognition
  • Research and analyze information to support administrative and executive initiatives
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, non-profit management, communications, or other relevant field. Work experience, similar to that described above, may substitute year-for-year for the required degree.
  • Experience: Three years of professional experience providing executive level administrative services to C-level management, preferably in a nonprofit organization, required.
  • Experience or demonstrated interest in nonprofit fund development or event planning a plus
  • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation
  • AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply

A successful applicant will also possess the following qualities:

  • Organized and attentive to all details: able to seamlessly prioritize and juggle multiple tasks to meet deadlines; thrives in small details and complex logistics
  • Excellent communicator: able to communicate professionally and accurately on behalf of the CEO; especially strong written skills including the ability to create and edit complex documents with limited direction; excellent grammar and proofreading ability
  • A proactive problem solver: able to foresee and plan for future needs and resolve problems or recommend next steps with limited direction in a timely manner
  • Tech savvy: strong knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Microsoft Outlook; learns new technologies quickly; experience with a CRM databases a plus
  • A fast paced and adaptable team player: willingness to work cooperatively as part of a fast moving team with frequent changes, delays, or unexpected events; driven by the idea of growing a non-profit organization; bringing a positive, professional attitude and sound judgement

Compensation & Benefits:

This is a full-time position based in CRC’s Capitol Hill office. Salary range is $45,000-$49,000 and is commensurate with depth of experience and overall qualifications. Benefits include health and dental insurance, long-term disability, and paid time off.

How to Apply:

To apply, please send a single PDF of your resume and cover letter to email hidden; JavaScript is required explaining how your experience aligns with the job responsibilities and where you learned about this opportunity.

Reference “Executive Coordinator” in the subject line of your email. No phone calls please. You can find out more about CRC programs at www.crcamerica.org.

Community Resource Center is a member of the Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits and has a team of eleven staff and four AmeriCorps VISTA members. CRC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for staff, AmeriCorps VISTAs, volunteers, and program participants. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ people to apply.

ABOUT

The Participation Project, a program of Community Resource Center (CRC), is hiring a Data Coordinator to support our state-wide civic engagement programs, including our 2020 Census efforts and voter engagement efforts for the fall election. The Participation Project is a program of CRC that seeks to guide, train and support human service nonprofits in their civic engagement and advocacy efforts.

The Data Coordinator will be responsible for executing and overseeing the processing, data management, and analysis of these statewide efforts.  They will also work with the Participation Project team and partners to develop systems to support the data management of the program, support onboarding for new field staff, and implement best practices for voter engagement.

This position is an hourly, full-time (35-40 Hours/Week), temporary position at $20/hour and will run from mid to late April– mid November 2020. Benefits are not included. The position will be based out of our Denver office, but will work with our field team to ensure data needs are met across the Front Range and with our rural partners.  This individual will report to the Community Engagement Program Manager.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure the accurate and timely processing of contacts and data through data entry, processing, reporting.
  • Support an effective and impactful Get Out the Vote program.
  • Adhere to 501(c) 3 IRS Rules and Regulations concerning strict nonpartisanship.
  • Ensure data management adheres to all rules and regulations concerning voter registration and participant confidentiality.
  • In partnership with the team, develop meaningful systems to track data and conduct analysis of tactics and efforts.
  • Coordinate with the team to determine and continually assess the ideal times, approaches, and strategies for canvassers, including interventions or issues.
  • Develop reporting systems and present weekly analysis to team for decision-making.
  • Participate in working groups with other data staff at partner organizations to refine and strengthen our practices and manage the flow of data related to our ongoing work.
  • Support coalition coordination by tracking organizational programs and identifying gaps in collective strategy including creating and delivering site and partner-specific analysis.
  • Support civic engagement technologies and identify and/or create new tools to advance our collective strategy.
  • Enthusiastically engage diverse communities, while remaining positive, assertive, and confident.

DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Exceptionally well-organized and detail-oriented, with strong time management skills.
  • One or more cycles/years working at scale voter registration, GOTV, or advocacy voter contact data. Prior experience with VAN required.
  • Experience with additional data tools (excel, google, tableau, etc).
  • Sound judgement and critical thinking skills.
  • 2-4 years of experience (either paid or volunteer) in elections, campaigns, or voter registration work.
  • Problem-solving skills and ability to stay poised under pressure.
  • Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills and a desire to work as part of a team.
  • Ability to travel and work occasional evenings and weekends, as needed.
  • Demonstrate commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently in a fast-paced environment, while staying focused on goals.

TO APPLY

Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to email hidden; JavaScript is required with subject line “Data Coordinator.” Applications accepted until positions are filled – Priority Deadline is March 30.

Community Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQ people to apply.

ABOUT

The Participation Project, a program of Community Resource Center (CRC), is hiring a dynamic, motivated professional to support our state-wide voter engagement campaign, the Participation Project. The Field Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing a team of canvassers placed at human service nonprofits across Colorado and supporting their voter engagement efforts. This position is an hourly, full-time (35-40 Hours/Week), temporary position at $20/hour and will run from mid to late April through mid-November 2020. Benefits are not included. The position will be based in our Denver office, but will supervise canvassers across the state. This position will spend significant time travelling across the Front Range with the possibility for overnight trips to our rural partners. This individual will report to the Community Engagement Program Manager. A background check is required.

The Participation Project is a program of CRC that seeks to guide, train and support human service nonprofits in their civic engagement and advocacy efforts.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist Program Manager in the recruitment, onboarding, and hiring of an outstanding canvass team.
  • Supervise team of 6-10 part-time canvassers through regular check-ins, feedback, onsite training and
  • Support and coach canvass team as they navigate complex and sensitive conversations about voter eligibility, poverty, power, and politics.
  • Coordinate with the Community Engagement Program Manager and field sites to determine and continually assess the ideal times, approaches, and strategies for canvassers; create and distribute schedules for canvas team.
  • Adhere to 501(c) 3 IRS Rules and Regulations concerning strict nonpartisanship, as well as all county, state, and national rules and regulations concerning voter engagement and registration. Ensure that canvass team upholds nonpartisanship in both the spirit and the letter of 501(c)(3) law.
  • Enthusiastically engage diverse communities, while remaining positive, assertive, and confident.
  • 1-2 days a week, conduct voter engagement in the field with our nonprofit partner organizations.

DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Must have a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.
  • 2-4 years of experience managing staff and working with teams.
  • 2-4 years of experience (either paid or volunteer) in elections, campaigns, or voter registration work.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Strong collaboration skills and a desire to work as part of a team.
  • Ability to take initiative, work independently, and remain focused on goals in a fast-paced environment.
  • Exceptionally well-organized and detail-oriented, with strong time management skills.
  • Ability to adapt and be flexible in the face of challenges.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and ability and willingness to learn scheduling and voter tracking software. Experience with VAN preferred.
  • Bilingual (Spanish) is preferred.
  • AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

TO APPLY

Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to email hidden; JavaScript is required with the subject line “Field Coordinator.” Applications accepted until positions are filled – Priority Deadline is March 30.

Community Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQ people to apply.

AmeriCorps VISTA Positions

CRC is currently recruiting for AmeriCorps VISTA positions at our office in Denver as well as for several of our rural host sites. To qualify for AmeriCorps VISTA, you must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident, be team-oriented, and be willing to take on a wide range of challenges. Once chosen for this position, if not already a VISTA member, you must go through the necessary paperwork to become a VISTA member.

For more information, please visit: http://www.americorps.gov/for_individuals/choose/vista.asp

Contact Megan Carter, AmeriCorps Program Coordinator, with any questions at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

About Community Resource Center:

Nonprofit organizations play an important role in improving the quality of life in Colorado. Through CRC’s statewide programming, VISTA members will gain a broad understanding of Colorado’s nonprofit sector and the state’s many unique rural communities. VISTAs will work closely with rural and statewide nonprofits who offer an array of services from addressing basic human needs to environmental sustainability. VISTAs will provide resources, services and collaborative opportunities for rural nonprofit organizations and conduct outreach to community stakeholders and potential funders to increase the viability of nonprofit efforts. VISTAs will learn about regional specific issues and needs, as well as how to successfully address regional issues by assisting local nonprofit organizations. The CRC VISTA program creates a lasting, positive impact in rural Colorado communities by supporting organizations that address basic needs, transitional housing and poverty alleviation.

Hours per week:  40 hours per week

Reports to: Program Coordinator

Major Responsibilities:

The VISTA Leader will support the Statewide Rural Capacity Building VISTA Project by recruiting, onboarding, and training 32 VISTA members. The VISTA Leader will also provide ongoing support to 32 members by planning professional development and networking opportunities, connecting members to resources, and developing a network of support for VISTA members across the state. Member Duties include:

1.) Facilitate recruitment of 32 VISTA members, including: creating a job description, marketing, screening and interviewing candidates.

2.) Recruit, train, and recognize 32 VISTA members.

3.) Provide ongoing guidance and support to VISTA members

4.) Identify professional development and networking opportunities for VISTA members

5.) Collect and edit AmeriCorps VISTA grant reports.

6.) Foster greater communication between VISTAs and their project supervisor.

7.) Organize National Service Days.

Desired Skills:

  • Strong verbal and written outreach communication skills
  • Database development and maintenance experience
  • Some website and social media background

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Reliable vehicle, car insurance & driver’s license strongly encouraged
  • Clean criminal record and driving background – all members must pass a background check

Service Term: January 2020 – January 2021

Location: 789 Sherman, Denver CO

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible, Choice of Education Award ($6,095) or End of Service Stipend ($1,800) upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage, Relocation Assistance, Living Allowance ($1400/month), Professional Development.

Application Requirements: To apply, please visit: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=88114&fromSearch=true and complete a full application through AmeriCorps VISTA. Please contact CRC AmeriCorps Coordinator Megan Carter at email hidden; JavaScript is required if you have any questions on how to apply.

This Program is available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or religion.

It is against the law for organizations that receive federal financial assistance from the Corporation for National and Community Service to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, political affiliation, or, in most cases, religion.   It is also unlawful to retaliate against any person who, or organization that, files a complaint about such discrimination. 45 CFR 2522.100 (f)

About Community Resource Center:

CRC’s mission is to create opportunities, tools and strategies to develop nonprofits and community groups to strengthen Colorado. Nonprofit organizations play an important role in improving the quality of life in Colorado. Through CRC’s statewide programming VISTA members will gain a broad understanding of Colorado’s nonprofit sector and the state’s many unique rural communities. The VISTA will work closely with rural and statewide nonprofits who offer an array of services from addressing basic human needs to environmental sustainability. VISTAs will provide resources, services and collaborative opportunities for rural nonprofit organizations and conduct outreach to community stakeholders and potential funders to increase the viability of nonprofit efforts. VISTAs will learn about regional specific issues and needs, as well as how to successfully address regional issues by assisting local nonprofit organizations. The CRC VISTA program creates a lasting positive impact in rural Colorado communities by supporting organizations that address basic needs, transitional housing and poverty alleviation. The Donor and Volunteer Engagement Associate will support CRC’s Service Enterprise Certification work as well as identify, support, and lead fundraising opportunities while also providing key input and changes for CRC’s current volunteer and donor engagement practices.

Hours per week:  40 hours per week

Reports to: Director of Operations and People

Major Responsibilities:

The Donor and Volunteer Engagement Associate VISTA will support fund development, individual donor cultivation, and the Service Enterprise certification process at CRC to ultimately lift communities out of poverty. The Service Enterprise Initiative is a change management program that helps organizations better meet their missions through the power of volunteers.

Member duties include:

1.) Develop a sustainable individual donor plan and execute a Colorado Gives Day outreach strategy.

2.) Work closely with program staff to develop streamlined volunteer recruitment processes and conduct volunteer engagement evaluations.

3.) Work alongside Development Coordinator to craft well written grant applications and reports.

4.) Implement system improvements for Salesforce customer relationship management.

5.) Research volunteer engagement best practices and develop engagement “tool kit.”

6.) Convey the value of CRC programs and services to individuals and organizations.

7.) Track nonprofit sector news.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Strong verbal and written outreach communication skills.
  • Experience in Salesforce preferred.
  • Reliable vehicle, car insurance & driver’s license strongly encouraged.
  • Interest or experience working in the Colorado nonprofit sector.
  • Clean criminal record and driving background – all members must pass a background check.

Service Term: April 3, 2020 – April 12, 2021

Location789 Sherman, Denver CO

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible, Choice of Education Award ($6,095) or End of Service Stipend ($1,800) upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage, Housing Assitance, Relocation Assistance, Living Allowance, Professional Development.

Application Requirements: To apply, please visit:

 https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=88072&fromSearch=true and complete a full application through AmeriCorps VISTA. Please contact CRC AmeriCorps Coordinator Megan Carter at email hidden; JavaScript is required if you have any questions on how to apply.

This Program is available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or religion.

It is against the law for organizations that receive federal financial assistance from the Corporation for National and Community Service to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, political affiliation, or, in most cases, religion.   It is also unlawful to retaliate against any person who, or organization that, files a complaint about such discrimination. 45 CFR 2522.100 (f)

About  CSU 4-H Extension: 

4-H is the youth development program of the United States Department of Agriculture and is implemented by Colorado State University Extension (CSUE). AmeriCorps is a national service organization that provides people an opportunity to serve in locations across the country. Since August 2015, CSUE, with an AmeriCorps grant from Serve Colorado, has been implementing the “CSUE 4-H STEM AmeriCorps Program” (Program). The Program engages approximately 25 AmeriCorps members (10 FTEs) and supports them in providing direct delivery of STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) education to limited resource youth in out-of-school settings (afterschool programs, libraries, and community centers). The Program anticipates improved educational and behavioral outcomes for economically disadvantaged youth and support for their success in post-secondary education and career readiness. The AmeriCorps VISTA will assist in designing an agriculture-based STEM program for use by our AmeriCorps members and Extension staff. They will have the opportunity to build program capacity by crafting new 4-H agriculture education programs, expanding existing 4-H agriculture education programs, and developing relationships to secure future program support. The 4-H Agriculture Education AmeriCorps VISTA must have a passion for education, youth and communities and be able to inspire others to engage and invest in the Program. This individual will provide support to the Program and the Program Manager in the areas of agriculture curriculum development, expansion, partner management, and programming.

Hours per week:  40 hours per week

Reports to: Program Cooordinator

Major Responsibilities:

– Work with the Program Team to develop/identify curriculums and activities which can be used by AmeriCorps Members in delivering agriculture-based STEM programming in their communities.

-Develop a Colorado-specific agriculture-based curriculum guide.

– Train the trainer and serve as a content and delivery resource for AmeriCorps Members and those who supervisor them.

– Seek out opportunities, explore emerging opportunities, and develop relationships with potential program partners.

–  Promote visibility of the Program and sponsors within communities, CSU, and Extension.

–  Develop a data base for recording curriculums and pilot testing results.

–   Implement a program where currently serving members will pilot test agriculture-based curriculums.

– Assist in planning and implementing trainings for AmeriCorps Members on newly developed curriculums.

Desired Skills:

  • Strong verbal and written outreach communication skills.
  • Prior experience in Youth Development.
  • Experience or desire to work in the nonprofit industry.

Requirments:

  •  Bachelor’s degree
  • Reliable vehicle, car insurance & driver’s license strongly encouraged
  • Clean criminal record and driving background – all members must pass a background check

Service Term: March 16 2020 –  March 15, 2021

Location: Fort Collins, CO

Program Benefits: Childcare assistance if eligible, Choice of Education Award ($6,095) or End of Service Stipend ($1,800)upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage, Relocation Assistance, Living Allowance,  Professional Development

Application Requirements: To apply, please visit: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=93316&fromSearch=true and complete a full application through AmeriCorps VISTA. Please contact CRC AmeriCorps Coordninator Megan Carter at email hidden; JavaScript is required if you have any questions on how to apply.

This Program is available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or religion.

It is against the law for organizations that receive federal financial assistance from the Corporation for National and Community Service to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, political affiliation, or, in most cases, religion.   It is also unlawful to retaliate against any person who, or organization that, files a complaint about such discrimination. 45 CFR 2522.100 (f)

About Families Plus: The EUREKA! McConnell Science Museum provides hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) learning opportunities and educational resources for our Western Slope Communities. Our mission is to inspire a passion and respect for math and science in our communities. EUREKA! reaches 19,000 individuals each year. This includes over 10,000 visitors to the exhibit hall, more than 6,000 students visiting in organized school field trips, and over 2,000 youth participants in our day and week-long STEAM programs. EUREKA! is in a unique position to engage rural communities on Colorado’s western slope and increase access to advanced, hands-on STEAM learning opportunities for local youth and uplift educational attainment and earning power of the next generation. As we work toward advancing our mission, we also seek to address issues related to poverty in Mesa County and across the western slope by providing enriching educational experiences, encouraging aspirations for continuing education, and offering leadership & internship positions at the museum. Influencing a child’s education impacts their lifelong earning potential and health outcomes.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with advertising, processing, and communications for Youth STEAM and Pre-K Family membership scholarship programs.
  • Develop new programs increasing access for low income families, advertising and marketing to connect families and students with these programs.
  •  Perform statistical analysis and data compilation of all STEAM programs.
  •  Develop curriculum for day, week-long, and after school STEAM programs.
  •  Update program communications, including website and registration dashboard to ensure continuity across platforms.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Comfortable working with the public and engaging others
  • Experience and/ or desire to work in non-profit managment and community organization.
  • Have a vehicle and a valid driver’s license
  • Background check completion.

Working conditions: 40 hour work weeks

Direct reports: Director of Operations.

Program Benefits: Choice of Education Award ($6,095) or End of Service Stipend ($1,800) upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage,Relocation Allowance, Living Allowance, Housing Assitance ($200/month) Professional Development/Training.

Service Term: March 16, 2020- March 15, 2021

Application Requirements: To apply, please visit:

https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=93314&fromSearch=true and complete a full application through AmeriCorps VISTA. Please contact CRC AmeriCorps Coordninator Megan Carter at email hidden; JavaScript is required if you have any questions on how to apply.

This Program is available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or religion.

It is against the law for organizations that receive federal financial assistance from the Corporation for National and Community Service to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, political affiliation, or, in most cases, religion.   It is also unlawful to retaliate against any person who, or organization that, files a complaint about such discrimination. 45 CFR 2522.100 (f)