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Education Outreach Coordinator – Seattle, WA

Organization: National Wildlife Federation

Job Title: Education Outreach Coordinator

Location: Seattle, WA

Hours and Compensation: Full time, stipend of $1,125 per month

Benefits: Living stipend of $1,125 per month provided by Washington Service Corps (before taxes)Training and experienceSubsidized childcare provided by GAP Solutions Inc. (if qualified)Health Insurance (member only)Student loan forbearance (on qualifying loans)$5,550 Education Award provided by National Service Trust (upon successful completion of service term)Mileage reimbursement and use of office car

Application Deadline and Start Dates: August 22nd for Sept. 4th start date (preferred) and Sept. 5th for Sept. 17th start date.

Posted On: July 27th, 2012

Organization Overview

National Widllife Federation’s mission is Inspiring Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future. This AmeriCorps project will help us outreach our programs, connecting Washington families with resources and opportunities.

Description

Provide outreach presentations to possible new participants/volunteers at large community venues, workshops, and conferences. Targeting communities with disparities.Assist in arranging our local versions of National NWF annual eventsOutreach at community events: tabling, sharing resources, recruiting volunteersRecruitment and establishment of new partners by networking with existing organizationsRecruitment of schools and community partnersAssist in training volunteersAssist in arranging and presentating at our annual Volunteer Leadership RetreatAssist in Completing Education Programs Outreach GoalsAssist k-12 schools in completing their Eco-School USA projectsAssist in arranging Eco-School USA professional development trainingsComplete research and contact schools, communities, and partners to promote programsResearch who to contact in school districts for dispersing informationCompile new information into database for future NWF use.

Qualifications

Must be 18-25 years of age at start of service.

Desired education level: We desire a Bachelor’s degree or college experience.

Skills we would like potential members to possess before applying

General Skills

Communications

Education

Public Speaking

Recruitment

Teaching/Tutoring

Youth Development

Other terms and conditions of member service that apply:

Car Recommended

We allow attendance at school during off hours

We allow working another job during off hours

2012-13 AmeriCorps Individual Placement

AmeriCorps Eligibility Requirements

Selected member(s) should demonstrate the skills and commitment required to successfully serve in the position, serve 40 hours a week and meet the 1700 minimum hour requirement for a full-time term of service. At a minimum, the following criteria required by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) must be met:

Be a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident (must submit proof as defined by CNCS regulation)Be 18-25 years of age at the start date of their serviceMembers in tutoring positions must have a high school diploma or GED at time of enrollmentPass required criminal background checksNot be listed on the National Sex Offender Public Registry (NSOPR)

Documentation for the above must be obtained and verified before a candidate is offered an AmeriCorps position. For more information refer to the enrollment instructions on the Washington Service Corps website.

How to Apply

Please apply to the following email address: sullivanc@nwf.org

Contact person for recruitment and application questions:

Courtney Sullivan

2100 Westlake Ave North Suite 107

Seattle, WA 98109

Contact Phone : 206-577-7175

E-Mail: sullivanc@nwf.org

Website: www.nwf.org

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