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K2h Civic Futures Liaison - University Of Wyoming

Campus Compact Of The Mountain West

Aug. 1, 2019, 2 a.m. - Aug. 1, 2020, 2 a.m.

Campus Compact of the Mountain WestCampus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) is a membership organization that engages college anduniversity presidents throughout Colorado and Wyoming as part of a national coalition of more than1100 colleges and universities across the country. These institutions are passionately committed to thevalue service learning and civic engagement brings to higher education and the community. We connectstudent needs to community needs by empowering students to get involved in social issues where theycan make a difference - not only in the lives of others, but also in their own growth as students andcitizens of the world.K2H Civic Futures AmeriCorps ProgramThe K2H Civic Futures AmeriCorps Program focuses on civic learning and engagement opportunities andskill development for kindergarten through higher education (K-H) students. In addition, the K2Hprogram strengthens partnership pipelines between K-12 systems and higher education systems thatcreate continuity for civic learning and engagement initiatives as students transition from K-12 to highereducation.University of Wyoming / Office of Engagement and OutreachThe University of Wyoming offers a world-class education in the small community of Laramie,Wyoming. Founded in 1886, the university welcomes more than 12,000 students from all 50states and 90 countries. The University of Wyoming Office of Engagement and Outreach (OEO) servesas a portal of access to UW for the citizens of Wyoming (and beyond) and coordinates and streamlinesengagement/outreach efforts to achieve enhanced consistency, follow-through, and impact. The OEOK2H AmeriCorps member will contribute to engagement capacity building by working closely with theOEO Director and office staff to establish baseline information, identify existing exemplary partnershipsand practices, and promote statewide engagement as outlined in the UW strategic plan andEngagement Task Force report.AmeriCorps Member BenefitsK2H Liaison (full-time, 1700 hours over one year service term, approximately 35 hours per week) * Living stipend of $13,750 over the course of one year of service * Education award commensurate with the Pell Grant (~$6,000) to be used for currenteducational expenses, to repay qualified student loans, or to be used within 7 years foreducational expenses * Child care credit for eligible members * Deferment of existing student loans during the K2H term of service * Repayment of interest accrued on qualified student loans during the K2H term of service * Hands-on experience in the field of K-12 education, higher education, civic learning andengagement, community development, and youth developmentRoles & Responsibilities1) K-H Partnership Development * Work with host site and program partners to assess the capacity of partners to supportongoing civic learning and engagement programs with students * Complete a pre- and post-assessment of each organizational partner using the CNCSOrganizational Capacity Building Assessment * Create an implementation plan for civic learning and engagement programming at new hostsites, or at existing host sites where direct programming is not currently being provided * Develop sustainability plans for K-H partnerships that support ongoing civic learning andengagement initiatives beyond grant funding2) Community Mapping & Outreach * Map the local community, identifying partnership opportunities for student learning,engagement, and volunteerism * Connect community organizations with K-H partners * Assist with assessment for the Civic Health & Equity Initiative at higher education host sites * Recruit and manage community volunteers supporting the K2H Civic Futures program3) Team Development & Reporting * Meet bi-monthly with K2H AmeriCorps Members for training and reflection * Attend required training and development opportunities provided through CCMW andthrough the host site * Complete all monthly time reporting, data collection, and progress reporting required byCCMW and CNCS4) Site-Specific Responsibilities * Assist with implementation of strategic plan for civic learning and engagement goals * Develop and deliver assessment plans for community partnerships * Lead or assist with key initiatives and coordinate key programs * Identify partnership opportunities for faculty/staff engagement, student learning, engagement,and volunteerism, and assist OEO in developing sustainability plans * Assist with on-campus survey of existing engagement * Survey needs of faculty/staff interested in professional development related to communityengagement * Assist the Service Leadership and Community Engagement (SLCE) Office in planning andconducting a series of professional development opportunities * Promote professional development opportunities offered within and outside of the University * Assist with Faculty Engagement Fellows programDesired Skills & Qualifications * Experience working with K-12 students * Understanding of or willingness to learn about higher education systems * Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work across difference * Strong verbal and written communication skills * Ability to work with diverse members of the community * Adaptability * Collaborative spirit * Initiative

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3333 Regis Blvd.
Denver, Colorado 80221

Be A Hope Giver For Victims Of Domestic Violence! Volunteer As A Navigation Assistant!

Rose Andom Center

Aug. 19, 2019, 2 a.m. - Aug. 17, 2020, 2 a.m.

Duties/Responsibilities : The Navigation Assistant directly supports the Guest Navigator at the front desk and throughout the building. This individual will provide support and safety to clients and ensure streamlined access to services. They will do so by providing initial screenings and needs assessments with clients. They will be responsible for escorting clients to appropriate services in the building. They will assist with crisis phone calls, assist with crisis walk-ins, and facilitate communication between the front desk and partners throughout the building. Qualifications: Dedication to the mission of Rose Andom Center and understanding of the importance of a hope-driven model of service. Positive attitude. Adaptability and willingness to learn. Basic understanding of trauma and trauma-informed care. Excellent people skills. Background check required. Completion of Rose Andom Center Direct Service Training and participation in monthly volunteer/intern meetings. Time Commitment: 4 hour shifts (9am-1pm or 1pm-5pm) at least twice per month. 1 year commitment required. Training/Support Provided: 20-hour direct service training On-site, ongoing support from Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator, Program Coordinator, Guest Navigator, and Intake Team. Monthly volunteer/intern meetings, with varying training topics to continue skills development.

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1330 FOX ST
Denver, Colorado 80204

Tutor At Futures Academy

Colorado Youth For A Change

Aug. 19, 2019, 10:30 a.m. - May 15, 2020, 4:15 p.m.

Futures Academy, a partnership with Colorado Youth for a Change and Aurora Public Schools Futures Academy serves students ages 17 to 21 who have too few credits to receive a traditional high school diploma but are interested in furthering their education and pursuing post-secondary opportunities.Tutors at Futures Academy will support individuals and/or small groups of students with learning experiences in Math, Social Studies, and/or Literacy.You are welcome to join us in Humanities 1st and 4th periods and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and/or Mathematics) during 2nd and 3rd periods.Bell SchedulePeriod 1 8:45-9:50Period 2 9:55-11:00Period 3 11:45-12:50Period 4 12:55-2:00ResponsibilitiesProvide general in-class support (there’s always somebody working on something!)-This requires the tutor to be outgoing and willing to take initiative in approaching students, asking questions, offering support. Provide one-on-one support to an identified student who has an individualized learning plan/specific goal (most likely in Math, but also Reading, Language, and Social Studies).-Comfort with pre-algebra, geometry, data analysis helpful; knowledge of English language development a plus. Talk about a Text (be provided with a text, a very specific reading/analysis routine, and a small group of students)-This requires the tutor to feel comfortable reading a 9 th-12 th grade level text out loud to students.Facilitate Writing Workshops (following a very specific protocol that teacher will provide) - However, this might not be an available option EVERY time they show up; it’s dependent on student productivity

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14707 E 2nd Ave
Aurora, Colorado 80011

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