Join the MCC VISTA Team!


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We are looking for passionate people to fight poverty as AmeriCorps*VISTA members by increasing college aspirations among K-12 youth in Maine. Each member will serve at a college or community organization for a one-year term. At your site, you will develop and coordinate programs that will increase the capacity of campuses to provide student volunteers to serve low-income K-12 students. This could include creating or coordinating mentoring, tutoring, or advising programs, providing training for college students to serve as volunteers, working with faculty and staff to support service initiatives focused on college aspirations and access, writing grants and proposals to support service on campus and in communities, and recruiting and supporting college student volunteers.

Note: Before submitting, please review our application process below. You only need to submit an application for one position below in order to be considered for multiple.

 

Host Site (2014-2015 placements)

Position (click for details)

Location

 

Bates College

College Access AmeriCorps VISTA

Lewiston

Position Filled

Waterville

Position Filled

Southern Maine Community College

Civic Engagement Coordinator

South Portland

Position Filled

University of Maine

Mentor Coordinator

Orono

Position Filled

University of Maine at Fort Kent

Early College Program Assistant

Fort Kent

Position Filled

University of Maine at Presque Isle

Early College VISTA

Presque Isle

Position Filled

University of New England

Tutoring and College Aspirations Coordinator

Biddeford

Position Filled

University of Southern Maine

STEM Partnerships Coordinator

Portland

Position Filled

Maine Campus Compact

VISTA Leader

Lewiston

 


Our Application Process:

1. Complete and submit an application through the Apply links listed next to each position above.

2. Submit a cover letter and resume to Coral Breuer, MCC VISTA Leader at coral@mainecompact.org.

3. Application Screening: Our office will review your application and then contact you to let you know your status (you will always hear from us, even if you do not pass this initial review).

4. Interview #1: Applicants who pass the application screening will be contacted by Maine Campus Compact to schedule an initial interview.

5. Host Site Review: Interviewees who are a good fit for this work and would be a great addition to our statewide VISTA team will have their applications passed on to the host site(s) of their interest.

6. Final Interview: After reviewing application information, host site(s) will hold interviews with those applicants whom they feel are best suited for their environment and the important work to be carried out.

Selection decisions will be made by mid-June, 2014. However, this entire process can sometimes happen in as quickly as one week.