Want to make a difference?

Posted on October 24, 2017

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The CNNC’s AmeriCorps ACCESS Project still has three quarter-time (15 hrs/week) positions available for those interested in serving immigrant and refugee communities in Greensboro.

AmeriCorps is a one-year service commitment and a great option if you are:

  • A current student, or thinking about going back to school — AmeriCorps offers professional development and educational credits that can be applied to tuition and school loans.
  • Age 55 or over — AmeriCorps can help you make a HUGE, direct difference in the community. AmeriCorps members can apply their educational credits to their children’s or grandchildren’s school loans. Credits are good for 7 years.
  • Passionate about serving the community and working with immigrants and refugees — AmeriCorps may be perfect for you.

The positions available in Greensboro are:

The AmeriCorps ACCESS Project is celebrating its 21st class of members as we kick off the new 2017-18 service year. Members came together for orientation, teambuilding and training over two days in September. The ACCESS Project is excited to get to know the new members, all of whom are bringing fresh perspectives, positive attitudes, and hearts for service.

These new members join several veteran members, continuing their service journey: 2nd year members, Jennifer Gorman, Michael Jarman, Taylor Schor, Hadiza Soumaila, and Mariah Woody; 3rd year members include: Tawanna Williams Maryland and Ghaisha Yahaya-Mohamed; and 4th year member Edith Walson.

For more information, go here!

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