Communication and Outreach VISTA
1 person is interested
The VISTA at Hope Family Health Center in McAllen will be responsible for increasing awareness of the clinics activities and programs, improving donor relations. The VISTA will work towards improving community and donor engagement through publications and plan development.
The AmeriCorps VISTA Program is designed to function as a stateside Peace Corps, which places high quality, dedicated individuals in poverty facing non-profit organizations throughout the country. AmeriCorps VISTA is one of many programs through the Corporation for National and Community Service. Over the course of the year, VISTA Members receive a bi-weekly living allowance of $479. VISTA Members serve on a full-time basis for one full calendar year. Upon completion of Service, VISTA Members are eligible to receive $6,195 Education Award or $1,800 cash stipend. The education award may be used to repay qualified student loans, or can be used to pay for tuition or other educational expenses at eligible universities (including graduate programs) and vocational schools. Today, over 7,000 VISTA Members serve to alleviate the burden of poverty felt by over 46 Million Americans.
- Monthly living allowance of approx $900
- Relocation Allowance
- Child Care Assistance
- End of Service Award of either $6,195 Education Award or $1,800 Cash Stipend
- On-Going Training and Professional Development
- Non-Competitive Eligibility for Federal Employment
- College Graduate
- At Least 18 Years Old
- Commitment to National Service and solutions to poverty
- Interest in learning about the workings of free and reduced healthcare systems.
- Responsible for finding own housing.
- Driver's License and access to a reliable vehicle
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
About Texas Association of Charitable Clinics
3710 Cedar Street #218, Austin, TX 78705, US
To enhance the overall ability of Texas charitable
clinics to provide the highest level of care.
To foster the best charitable clinic
system in the nation.
The Texas Association of Charitable Clinics, TXACC, is a private nonprofit organiztaion that provides support, education, rsources and advocacy to free and charitable clinics statewide in Texas. These are clinics largely run by volunteers providing low cost care to people who are low-income and uninsured.
TXACC and its members share a common mission of addressing the needs of the uninsured using the generosity of our communities as a base for our operations. Millions of dollars of healthcare services are provided through TXACC clinics each year. TXACC’s role in the provision of these services is to ensure that charitable clinics have the resources, capacity and information they need to provide quality, measurable and impactful healthcare services.
HOPE Family Health CenterMcAllen, TX 78503
January 9, 2020
- Donor Management
- Community Outreach
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- This has a rolling start date. Please apply even if the start date has passed.