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Hunger Intervention Program Summer HungerCorps
Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is a nonprofit organization based in the Lake City neighborhood of North Seattle. HIP’s mission is to increase food security for underserved populations in North King County through nutritious meals, and educational programs. The Summer Meals program is one of our direct service meal programs that support families with children, focusing on families of color, with nutritious food during the summer break when school meals are not available. United Way of King County is working side by side with communities to build an equitable future for everyone by ensuring that everyone has access to resources, quality education, enough to eat, and a safe place to call home. United Way concentrates on issues that affect the most vulnerable and on which it can have measurable influence. Under our priority of breaking the cycle of poverty, we are committed to ensuring that families, especially families of color, have access to nutritious food. Program Overview: Access to good food and supportive relationships shouldn't end when school is out. In King County, 100,000 low-income students have access to free meals during the school year, but less than 1 in 5 access free meals served during the summer. The Free Summer Meals Program is a critical resource to ensure that children continue to have access to summer nutrition support, by serving meals in the places where kids live, learn, and play. National studies show that summer meals programs increase food security and mitigate summer learning loss – but less than 15% of low-income youth in our region access Summer Meals programs each year. This is due to preventable barriers – including too few sites, lack of awareness about the program, and a lack of activities and incentives to engage kids and teens.
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Member Duties : This Summer HungerCorps Member will be part of a passionate cohort of 80 AmeriCorps members working across King County to connect families with the food they need. At HIP, you will join more than ten other members in this work to support food security during the summer months in northeast Seattle and Shoreline. Our Summer HungerCorps Members will increase access to Summer Meals. This is a great opportunity to gain a variety of experiences in a collaborative, fast paced, and supportive work environment. You'll help prepare meals in the kitchen, serve meals to kids and families in different outdoor and indoor settings, and facilitate hands-on educational activities to engage youth. Additional duties include conducting grassroots community outreach about available food resources, which is imperative in breaking down barriers. Other duties include providing excellent customer service at meals sites, set-up and break-down of the site, and tracking program participation.
Program Benefits : Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Living Allowance ,  Unlimited public transportation pass ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Health Coverage ,  Stipend ,  Training . 
Terms :
Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Permits attendance at school during off hours . 
Service Areas :
Hunger ,  Community Outreach ,  Children/Youth ,  Community and Economic Development . 
Skills :
Social Services ,  Team Work ,  Community Organization ,  Public Speaking ,  Youth Development ,  Public Health ,  General Skills . 
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Hunger Intervention Program Summer HungerCorps

Program Start/End Date
06/17/2024  -   08/25/2024

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
High school diploma/GED

Age Requirement
Minimum:  None    Maximum:  None

Program Locations WASHINGTON   Seattle/Tacoma/Bremerton  


Accepting Applications
From  04/17/2024  To  06/20/2024 

Contact Brandon Montiel
720 2nd Ave
Seattle   WA   98104

Listing ID 122472


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