HandsOn VISTA: Million Dollar Teacher Project Member

HandsOn Greater Phoenix

About the organization

HandsOn Greater Phoenix is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that puts volunteers to work where they are needed most.

We envision a day in which all people realize their power to make a difference and are actively engaged in their communities.

In 1990, Marty Moore was looking for opportunities to volunteer, but working as a young real estate broker with limited free time made it difficult to find community-based organizations that could use his help. In 1993, Marty gathered some friends and started Make A Difference, an organization with the mission to meet critical community needs while creating volunteer opportunities especially designed for working people. Since then, we have experienced tremendous growth and are now HandsOn Greater Phoenix, the Valley's premier volunteer organization.

HandsOn Greater Phoenix is an affiliate of HandsOn Network, an innovative alliance of volunteer organizations working to build communities


Join the Million Dollar Teacher Project (MDTP) to help raise the recognition and retention of teacher in Title I schools, thus improving the quality of education for students! As a part of MDTP, and with guidance, you will create a strategy to improving partner relations with the aim of expanding engagement; develop strategies to strengthen teacher recognition activities; and build a framework for volunteer recruitment, onboarding, training and management. The successful applicant should be well organized, an independent self-starter who is excited to work in a small but growing non-profit, and motivated by improving education in low income communities. Knowledge, and or experience, in education and the issues facing teachers in Title I schools is desirable.


PLEASE NOTE THAT BECAUSE OF THE ONGOING HEALTH CRISIS AND THE NEED FOR FLEXIBILITY IN PLANNING APPLICATIONS TO THIS POSITION ARE BEING CONSIDERED ON AN ONGOING AND ROLLING BASIS. FOR THIS SAME REASON, THE ACTUAL START DATE FOR THIS POSITION WILL DEPEND ON WHEN A CANDIDATE IS SELECTED. PLEASE APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR BEST CONSIDERATION. VISIT https://www.handsonphoenix.org/beaVISTA FOR MORE INFORMATION. AS LONG AS THE “APPLY” BUTTON IS ACTIVE YOU CAN ASSUME THE POSITION IS STILL OPEN. Serve with the Million Dollar Teacher Project as a part of the HandsOn VISTA Team! ABOUT THE SITE AND THE ROLE: See ‘Members Duties’ section below. ABOUT HandsOn Greater Phoenix: For nearly 25 years, HandsOn Greater Phoenix has worked with nonprofits, Title I schools, neighborhood associations and government entities to assess and meet the volunteer needs of the Greater Phoenix area. The HandsOn VISTA program supports 20 VISTA members at multiple placement sites across the valley. Our VISTA members enable our community service partners to expand capacity and build lasting infrastructure by creating the processes and tools needed to effectively access and utilize valuable resources. HandsOn VISTA members will improve their own capacity for leading communities during and beyond their terms of service by developing their knowledge, skills, and abilities related to volunteer mobilization, civic engagement, and other areas. In addition to the site-specific work of the individual role all of our



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