Our Members Getting Things Done Across Vermont
Thinking of Applying?
Is "Getting Things Done" already your life motto?
What benefits do I get?
In addition to having an opportunity to do meaningful, life-changing work and gain real-world experience, there are many tangible benefits, including:
Living Allowance: $20,400 for full-time service; $10,800 for half-time.
AmeriCorps Education Award: $6,195 full-time members/$3,097.50 half-time members to be used for existing student loans or for future education in the next seven years.
Health Insurance: Covers major medical, hospitalization and prescriptions.
Child Care: Assistance available for state-eligible members
Flexibility for vacation, personal and holiday time.
Travel Reimbursement: Non-commuting travel is paid for service related activities
Training Opportunities, may include: Conflict Resolution, CPR/First Aid, Cultural Competency, Effective Communication, Volunteer Recruitment, and much more!
How To Apply:
1. Read the list of host sites and the positions descriptions and decide where you would like to apply.
2. Complete an online application for the position you are interested in at My AmeriCorps Portal. You can use the same application to apply to multiple AmeriCorps positions.
If you have questions about the position, you'll find contact information for each site provided on the position description.
Ready to Apply? Click here to see our list of available positions.
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