Minnesota is facing an opioid epidemic, and local organizations need your help to quickly and thoughtfully address this crisis. Take action by offering your time and talent as a Recovery Project Coordinator.
As a Recovery Project Coordinator, you’ll help organizations expand their services to more people who have been affected by substance use disorder. You will work with a team of professionals to support people in recovery by evaluating/creating internal programs, building external partner networks, creating training programs or developing recovery workforce pipelines.
We are currently recruiting for the 2023-24 program year with opportunities beginning in August, October or January. This is an AmeriCorps member position with Recovery Corps. You’ll join an amazing cohort of Recovery Project Coordinators from all backgrounds and experiences.
While your organization benefits from your service, you’ll be rewarded with more than just a sense of satisfaction. Serve as a Project Coordinator and receive a scalable perks package based on your time commitment of 40 hours per week.
40 hours/week perks:
*The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans. Individuals 55+ at the start of their service term may gift their award to their child, grandchild, foster child or step-child.
Our Project Coordinators come from all walks of life. The most important qualification is a passion to take action for your community – and meet the following minimum qualifications.
By the time they begin their service, our Project Coordinators are:
*Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.
**Successful completion of an additional Department of Human Service background check may be required for any site that is 245G licensed with the state of MN.
Recovery Corps is powered by community-minded individuals who serve as AmeriCorps members. Recovery Corps was launched in Minnesota by Ampact as part of our healthy futures program offerings, and has since expanded to include Illinois and Virginia.
Ampact is a national organization that demonstrates the power of national service to solve complex social problems by creating innovative programs that focus on the key areas of education, environmental stewardship, and healthy futures for communities. These programs include Reading Corps, Math Corps, Early Learning Corps, Climate Impact Corps, Heading Home Corps, Language Corps, Public Health Corps, Recovery Corps and Resettlement Corps.
Ampact will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, familial status, military service, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.
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