Reentry Program Associate VISTA

Fairbanks Reentry Coaltion

About the organization

Fairbanks Reentry Coalition serves returning citizens (community members returning from incarceration) as they resettle back into the community through anti-poverty, anti-opioid and anti-hunger programming.


The Reentry Program Associate at Fairbanks Reentry Coalition will be given the opportunity to join a team of community agencies, staff and volunteers to address the barriers and service gaps for returning citizens. The coalition’s anti-poverty and anti-opioid programs are designed to help returning citizens regain independence and reduce recidivism. The VISTA will help develop programs to help clients escape poverty and opioid addiction. The VISTA duties will include: 1. Research anti-opioid programming best practices for returning citizens 2. Assist the Reentry Work Groups develop new programs or services to address identified gaps 3. Assist in grant writing as applicable to build financial capacity for the programs 4. Assist with the development of the organizational marketing plan 5. Develop a social media campaign for the Fairbanks Reentry Coalition 6. Assist with the Fairbanks Reentry Coalition website development 7. Organize outreach events to build capacity for coalition members


Education level: some college

Minimum age: 21

Ability to integrate into the Fairbanks community and excitement to fight poverty through local nonprofit work!



Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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