Re-Entry & Juvenile Intervention Program VISTA | WEE Care

AmeriCorps VISTA, City of Memphis

About the organization

The goal of the VISTA project is to build capacity in the areas of efficiency and leveraged resources for WEE (Where Everyone Excels) Care. The vision is to reduce incarceration and statistical recidivism for teens and young adults (ages 5-24) by exposing them to effective intervention behavioral curriculums and hands-on therapeutic measures. The VISTA will build capacity by 1) improve and expand materials that support operations and programming, 2) create an infrastructure to efficiently measure program performance, and 3) increase program’s ability to generate additional resources or assets, such as funding, volunteers, in-kind support, and partnerships.

Duties

1) Create an infrastructure to efficiently measure program performance. Develop systems for organizational efficiency and effectiveness which will include creating a tracking method of program outcomes and participant real time statistical data producing evidence based reporting. 2) Increase program’s ability to generate additional resources or assets, such as funding, and in-kind support. This will involve the development/expansion of a diversified funding stream for grants, donations, and contract management. 3) Increase program’s ability to generate additional human capital resources such as volunteers and partnerships. 4) Improve and expand materials that support WEE Care operations and programming. Develop operations manual, protocols, and staff/volunteer training manual.

Qualifications

18+  years old, there is no upper age limit.
For AmeriCorps VISTA, you must have one of the following citizenship statuses: U.S. Citizens, U.S. Nationals, Lawful Permanent Resident Aliens, or persons legally residing in a state that have the following legal residency classifications: refugee, asylum or asylee, temporary protected status or deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) status. By law, only VISTA members who are either U.S. Citizens, U.S. Nationals, or Lawful Permanent Resident Aliens—sometimes referred to as “Lawful Permanent Residents”—are eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Segal Education Award. All other members will receive an end of service cash stipend.

Desired Skills:
Business/Entrepreneur, Computers/Technology, Fund raising/Grant Writing, Leadership .

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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