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Job Listing: Expanded Learning Opportunities VISTA


Join the Afterschool Alliance and School's Out Washington on their mission to provide career exploration and pathways to post-high school credentials and degrees for children and youth furthest from opportunity. Providing more opportunities to connect academic and social-emotional learning to potential career paths help spark passion in youth and provide tangible mechanisms to reach their long-term goals.

Position Summary

The VISTA member will work with professional development staff to create an online portal of training and resources for STEM and career connected learning. In addition, the VISTA will monitor and report on career connected learning efforts in the state and create communications distribution strategies related to STEM/career connected learning. The VISTA will also make five new contacts a month and give five community presentations about expanded learning opportunities and STEM/career connected learning.

Reports to: School’s Out Washington’s Policy and Advocacy Director

Location: Position will be located in Seattle, Washington

Core Responsibilities

Other Responsibilities


Hours and Benefits

40 hours per week, Monday - Friday
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Classification: Non Exempt
Program Start/End Date (with potential for a second year): August 2019 – August 2020 (annual term, flexible start date)
Relocation Allowance
Living Allowance
Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend
Childcare assistance if eligible
Health Coverage
VISTA Housing Benefit

(For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits)

How to Apply

Interested candidates should apply via the My Americorps webportal.

Contact: Marisa Paipongna
Project Associate
Afterschool Alliance
1101 14th St, NW, Ste. 700
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone 202.347.2030

Listing ID 90638

School’s Out Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer. School’s Out Washington has a commitment to addressing racism, sexism, heterosexism and other discriminatory practices and a commitment to working toward racial equity through undoing institutional and structural racism. Women, People of Color, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply.