Homeless Youth Advocate VISTA

Montana Campus Compact

About the organization

Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) is a CEO-led coalition of colleges and universities that support civic engagement, service learning, and volunteerism across our state. Our work to improve community life and educate students about civic and social responsibility is critically important. Our world requires thoughtful, compassionate, knowledgeable, and engaged leaders. We need a workforce that understands the critical role of individuals in a community. Higher education is an excellent place to teach and learn civic engagement. Through partnerships with AmeriCorps, Reach Higher Montana, the Governor’s Office of Community Service, and other funding partners, MTCC offers a broad spectrum of initiatives, training, scholarships, and awards that encourage and recognize community service and enable service-learning professional development.


Bozeman Public Schools exist to provide an outstanding education that inspires and empowers students to achieve high levels of success and make a difference. This project will work to support homeless and low-income students/families, as well as assessing community needs in terms of barriers to accessing education and succeeding in educational environments. The AmeriCorps VISTA member will be responsible for assessing community need, creating sustainable programming for increasing donations and volunteership, and increasing program access for these students. The member will also aim to create and implement a mentorship and tutoring program across district schools to foster and empower these students to succeed. The VISTA member will ensure that awareness of these programs is spread among beneficiaries and potential sponsors. Learn more by visiting https://mtcompact.org/available-positions/


Some college, age 18 plus, driver's license recommended.



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Contact email: [email protected]


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