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Montana Campus Compact is recruiting for individuals to serve in AmeriCorps programs

Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) is pleased to announce that we are recruiting for individuals to serve within our two amazing AmeriCorps programs. MTCC’s mission is to advance the public purpose of colleges and universities by deepening their ability to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility. We would appreciate your help in spreading these opportunities among your students and colleagues at Central Washington University.

Students and alumni enrolled in your programs may be interested in these wonderful opportunities to gain experience and insight into their prospective careers upon graduation. Our two AmeriCorps programs are rooted in service and projects focus on k-12 student success, college access and retention, and veteran support while serving at nonprofits, government agencies, schools, and faith based organizations.

We are currently recruiting for our Full Time Member positions which will serve for a one year on a full time basis. These opportunities will take place across the beautiful state of Montana and members will complete projects that have lasting impacts benefiting the communities where they exist. Individual position descriptions can be found on our website at

AmeriCorps members will receive the Segal Education Award of $6,095 upon successful completion of a term of service. The Segal Education Award can be used towards college tuition, repaying student loans, other education related expense, or for Members who are 55 years or older can transfer the Education Award to a child, grandchild or foster child. All Montana Campus Compact AmeriCorps members will receive a modest living allowance and are also eligible to place their student loans in forbearance during the term of service.

To qualify, members must be a legal U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident who is at least 18 years old and has a high school diploma or GED, though some college experience is preferred.

We appreciate your help in circulating this opportunity, which in turn will aid your students and alumni in making the next step into their prospective careers. These positions are filled on a rolling basis, so early application is encouraged. Applications are accepted through July 2019 at:

To learn more about our programs, learn how to apply, or to see what our organization is up to, please visit the following links:

Thank you,

Callye Foster

Program Specialist

Montana Campus Compact

(P) 406-243-2379

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