Lacrosse the Nations (LtN) is partnering with Manna Project International, whose mission is to foster communities of young adults and encourage them to use their passions and education in service to communities in need. LtN was co-founded by Middlebury alum Brad Corrigan ’96, maybe best known for forming the band Dispatch. They have sites in Ecuador, Guatemala and Nicaragua. Manna is looking for program directors (PDs) to be on the ground in Nicaragua beginning in July of this year.
This is a 13-month position, from January 2012- August 2012 or July 2012 to August 2013. Some of the programs that current PDs run include Micro Finance, English classes at all levels, sports programs, and health initiatives. As we develop this partnership, we are helping recruit a Manna PD that will implement a new lacrosse program in one of the communities where Manna is already working as well as work in other current Manna programs. PDs live together near the communities of focus to encourage a sense of community within each other and provide each other with support as they work together in various service initiatives.
1) Submit your resume via MOJO
2) fill out an application at http://www.mannaproject.org/apply
Do you want to gain invaluable work experience this j-term but don’t want to miss all the fun happening on campus? Apply to be the Marketing Public Relations Manager at the Shelburne Museum.
- Work directly with Manager of Public Relations and Marketing to assist with marketing and public relations at Shelburne Museum. Emphasis on social media and video production.
- Generate facebook postings, tweet and update web site. Assist with creating video content for the Museum’s YouTube channel and web site!!!
· Please note that video experience is necessary for this position! Excellent communication skills. Interest in the arts. Familiarity with shooting and editing video. Familiarity with digital photography and photoshop, a plus. Social media savvy.
Make sure to apply via MOJO before the deadline on November 6!
The Bedford 2020 Coalition is a nonprofit whose mission is to lead a community wide effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 20% by 2020 and to create a sustainable community that conserves its natural resources. In February 2010, the Town of Bedford unanimously passed a Climate Action Plan (CAP), recommending over 70 different ways our community could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and conserve our natural resources. The Bedford 2020 Coalition has been charged by the Town with the responsibility of engaging all members of the community to help implement this plan.
The Bedford 2020 Coalition is specifically recruiting Midd grads having worked with several in the past- if this is up your alley check out the attached document with further information and instructions on how to apply. Bedford 2020 Program Director Job Description
Avodah’s mission is to develop a lifelong commitment to serving the community in recent college graduates. The organization emphasizes the importance of Jewish values and solidarity fostered by their work. Avodah’s year long program places graduates among impoverished communities in Washington D.C., New Orleans, Chicago, or New York. Additionally, the organization subsidizes all travel and housing arrangements as well as providing volunteers with monthly stipends and health insurance.
If you’d like to learn more about service opportunities with Avodah, look around their website at www.avodah.net or get in contact with recruitment coordinator Mollie Spevack at (212) 545-7759 x312. The application for the 2012-2013 program will open on Monday, October 24!