Tag Archives: Community Organizing

Interested in Non-profit work and the grant review process? Join United Way’s Community Impact Funding Team

Come learn more about the behind-the-scenes work of grant approval process. United Way is seeking Middlebury College student volunteers to participate in a community grant process as part of an impact team in the area of financial stability. Volunteers will read each grant application, conduct site visits as a group at local organizations, score the applications and recommend funding amounts for the UW board of directors to approve. The work takes approximately 25-35 hours between the last week of January through the last week of March, accommodating for absences over February Break and Spring Break. Enthusiasm, curiosity, and a sense of humor are valued highly! Interested students should send their resume and statement of interest to United Way of Addison County Volunteer Center Coordinator Tracy Corbett, tracy@unitedwayaddisoncounty.org.

Opportunities in Social Justice and Community Organizing

One of our student interns at CCI recently made me aware of exciting job opportunities with DART (the Direct Action and Research Training Center) in social justice and community organizing with faith-based organizations. The interesting part is they actually begin after graduation in August 2018:

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