Survivor Link AmeriCorps VISTA

ASU School of Social Work Survivor Link AmeriCorps VISTA Position

About the organization

Survivor Link is a team of ASU educators, students, faculty members, and community volunteers who work under the guidance of the AmeriCorps mission "to strengthen communities and build leaders through…national community service." Survivor Link takes a multi-pronged approach to end the epidemic of domestic violence, through providing direct services to domestic violence survivors, building capacity in organizations that serve survivors, conducting research to better meet the needs of survivors, and promoting healthy relationships and domestic violence prevention in the community. Survivor Link aims to accomplish this goal through its AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA service opportunities.

Duties

Survivor Link aims to build networks of support by placing domestic violence (DV) advocates across the state of Arizona. Through our diverse set of AmeriCorps VISTA service opportunities, Survivor Link can build capacity to promote healthy relationships and reduce gender-based violence in community. VISTA members serve in a professional setting building partnerships, supporting alliances, and organizing volunteers. Above all, VISTA members are catalysts for change, working to advance local solutions to end domestic violence. Our AmeriCorps service program, Survivor Link, offers unique opportunities for college graduates or professionals to spend one-year giving service and learning about domestic violence interventions. Each VISTA member will receive a $6,095 education award that can be used toward tuition or student loan payments or an $1,800 cash stipend at the completion of service. VISTA members are provided relocation costs if moving more than 50 miles. To learn more about our program visit https://socialwork.asu.edu/gender-violence/survivor-link or contact Survivor Link’s VISTA leader Julian Cashman at [email protected]

Qualifications

Our program is looking for college graduates with an interest in domestic violence programs and protocol.

Salary

Living Stipend $12,312 per year

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

For more information visit our website at https://socialwork.asu.edu/gender-violence/survivor-link or apply at https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.doid=81087&utm_source=linkup&utm_medium=referrer

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