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Massachusetts Campus Compact
 
 
 
Massachusetts Campus Compact (MACC) is a nonprofit coalition of 70 college and university presidents committed to developing the civic skills of students, building partnerships with the community and integrating civic engagement with teaching and research. Massachusetts Campus Compact's work encompasses a broad range of activities designed to increase the effectiveness of those working to make higher education institutions vital agents of civic renewal. The MACC AmeriCorps*VISTA program was developed in response to the needs of MACC member campuses and in recognition of the potential for institutions of higher education to more responsibly address the local needs of low-income communities, and be responsible mechanisms for community change. Through their unique community and campus based placements, MACC AmeriCorps*VISTA members build, support, and deepen partnerships between MACC member institutions and local organizations in two areas: 1) education and 2) economic opportunity. These partnerships will strengthen the capacity of local organizations to alleviate poverty in low-income communities by leveraging the resources of higher education institutions. The MACC AmeriCorps*VISTA program provides colleges, universities and the community-based organizations they work with the opportunity to explore possibilities for collaboration, impact, and long-term change.
 
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This listing is currently not accepting applications.


Member Duties : Members focus on two goals: 1) Partnerships for Education: Members work to develop, build, support and deepen campus-community partnerships that focus on the success and year to year persistence of students at every level of the pre-K-16 spectrum. This can include: a) programs that are focused on the preparation for and the pursuit of higher education for elementary, middle and high school students, and b) programs that are focused on college success and persistence especially for first generation low-income students. 2) Partnerships for Economic Opportunity: MACC VISTA members build capacity for campus community partnerships that focus on advocacy for financial literacy, housing, and employment. These partnerships result in services and resources that contribute to the improved economic well-being and financial security of economically disadvantaged people.
 
Program Benefits : Living Allowance ,  Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Relocation Allowance ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend . 
 
 
*For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare
 
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Service Areas :
Community and Economic Development ,  Children/Youth ,  Homelessness ,  Community Outreach ,  Hunger ,  Neighborhood Revitalization ,  Education . 
 
Skills :
Community Organization ,  General Skills ,  Education ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Public Speaking ,  Leadership ,  Writing/Editing ,  Youth Development . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps VISTA

Program
Massachusetts Campus Compact

Program Start/End Date
08/30/2013  -   08/29/2014

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
College graduate

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  200

Program Locations MASSACHUSETTS   Boston  

Accepting Applications
From  01/15/2013  To  08/30/2013 

Contact Karen Chisholm
Massachusetts Campus Comapct
Medford   MA   02155
6176273963
karen.chisholm@tufts.edu
www.masscampuscompact.org

Listing ID 3698


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