The Service-Learning Program is proud to partner with Oregon Campus Compact (ORCC), United Way of Lane County, and Bethel School District to offer two AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) positions for next year!
The Coordinator of High School Volunteers and the Coordinator of Early Literacy Volunteers will both work closely with faculty and staff at the College of Education (COE) and with community partners, especially United Way of Lane County and Bethel School District, to maximize the impact of the College on K-12 education and early literacy in our community. They will be part of a large campus of 28,000 passionate and engaged students, and part of a team of community leaders committed to improving educational outcomes for all youth through the Promise Neighborhoods model.
"I received more work experience, support, and leadership opportunities than I ever imagined." Julia Sherman, AmeriCorps alum
Learn more about our project with United Way of Lane County (here) and Bethel School District (here).