Thursday, March 1, 2012
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (stop by anytime)
524 Science Teaching & Student Services building (Interview Center, 5th floor)
Want to make a big difference in your life and in the lives of those around you? Consider a position with AmeriCorps.
Stop by this AmeriCorps Recruiting event to learn about the types of opportunities available, and the application process. You can talk directly with representatives from a variety of AmeriCorps programs. (For a complete list of organizations attending, view this AmeriCorps Recruitment event in the Career Events section of GoldPASS.) Many positions are available, so stop by anytime between 11 and 2 to learn about them.
This event is free and open to all U of M students, and to recent alumni within one year of graduation. Please note that you'll want to present yourself well, so dress professionally and bring copies of your resume.
What is AmeriCorps?
Each year, AmeriCorps has 75,000 service opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds. These are offered through local and national nonprofit groups. Your service could make a community safer, give a child a second chance, help protect the environment, and more. See the ServeMinnesota website for more information. (ServeMinnesota is AmeriCorps in Minnesota.)
Benefits of Serving in AmeriCorps:
If you complete a full-time AmeriCorps service, you'll earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to pay for college or graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans. If you complete a part-time service, you'll earn a partial Award. Some AmeriCorps members also receive a modest living allowance during their term of service. In addition, you'll gain new skills and experiences, and help others!
Registration request: Though it's not required, we encourage students to register for this event in advance. To do so, log in to GoldPASS, go to the Career Events section, and select this AmeriCorps Recruitment event. Click the Register for Event button. You will not be penalized if you register and don't attend, but we'd like to know how many people to expect.
This event is coordinated by the career offices of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.