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Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps
 
 
 
Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps AmeriCorps members centers, health clinics, and literacy centers. In addition, serve, through host sites, residents affected by the water crisis to assist them in key areas of recovery. Those areas are: 1. Food security and nutrition; 2. Behavioral and Developmental Health; 3. Early Education; 4. Medical Management; 5. Crime prevention. Members serve in conjunction with community organizations including community development corporations, local nonprofits, church organizations, education outreach, members are responsible for planning and executing a number of both small and large-scale events that support and further the Program’s mission; these events will be designed in conjunction with the host site, the member, and the Program Manager. Members will present on all program areas covered under the Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps (FUSHC) umbrella. FUSHC members will also be required to attend all accelerator meeting and monthly program specific trainings. Members who serve with the Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps serve with community-based organizations in a variety of ways. Each organization will receive the support of the member based on the organization’s needs, and the member’s skill-set, so in many ways this program is tailored to fit specific needs of differing organizations with the talent pool of the service members. That said, it must be remembered that members serve in a specific capacity, to advance the program goals of the Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps program, and are not available to assist with the general operations of an organization. AmeriCorps members are engaged in National Service and are not volunteers or employees. Members will each have an approved service position description.
 
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Member Duties : Members who serve with the Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps serve with community-based organizations in a variety of ways. Each organization will receive the support of the member based on the organization’s needs, and the member’s skill-set, so in many ways this program is tailored to fit specific needs of differing organizations with the talent pool of the service members. Members will each have an approved service position description.
 
Program Benefits : Training ,  Living Allowance ,  Health Coverage ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Childcare assistance if eligible . 
 
Terms :
Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Permits attendance at school during off hours ,  Car recommended . 
 
Service Areas :
Environment ,  Neighborhood Revitalization ,  Education ,  Health ,  Children/Youth ,  Disaster Relief ,  Community Outreach ,  Community and Economic Development ,  Public Safety . 
 
Skills :
General Skills ,  Youth Development ,  Computers/Technology ,  Education ,  Public Health ,  Communications ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Public Speaking ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Social Services ,  Community Organization ,  Medicine ,  Recruitment . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
Flint Urban Safety and Health Corps

Program Start/End Date
10/04/2021  -   10/03/2022

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
High school diploma/GED

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  99

Program Locations MICHIGAN   Detroit/Ann Arbor/Flint  

Accepting Applications
From  07/01/2021  To  12/31/2021 

Contact Katie de Araujo
111 E Court Street
Flint   MI   48502
5173174883
kdearaujo@unitedwaygenesee.org
unitedwaygenesee.org

Listing ID 100737


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