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2021/2022 Program Year - AmeriCorps Recruitment for Birth & Beyond

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The Child Abuse Prevention Center

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Join AmeriCorps, change lives and strengthen communities!

On behalf of the Birth & Beyond Collaborative, the Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Center is currently listing available National Service opportunities as AmeriCorps Home Visitors and Family Resource Aides to serve during the 2021/2022 Program Year. Birth & Beyond (B & B) is a nine site family resource center (FRC)collaborative serving specific communities within Sacramento County. While the CAP Center monitors each AmeriCorps member contract, AmeriCorps members are hired and supervised by one of the nine FRC's which interviews and offers the available positions at their sites. The program year starts 9/1/2021 and ends 8/31/22. Depending on FRC operating hours, AmeriCorps members are scheduled to serve Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm (additional evening and weekend hours available at some B&B sites).

AmeriCorps Home Visitors (HV) provide parenting support and education to families in their homes A typical caseload is 10 families with pregnant women or children 0-18 years of age. Visits are structured and based on utilizing an evidence based parenting curriculum which promotes positive parenting, enhances child health and development, and prevents child abuse. In addition, members will be required to manage and maintain client files, receive weekly supervision from their supervisor, present clients to a multi-disciplinary team, participate in community events, and attend all required trainings.

AmeriCorps Family Resource Aides (FRA) facilitate parenting education workshops, conduct outreach, provide parent support through case management services, assist in the coordination of community events. These workshops are a series of 13 week sessions utilizing the Making Parenting A Pleasure curriculum. Members will attend all required trainings and receive weekly supervision with their supervisor.

Through this opportunity listing, AmeriCorps candidates information will be shared with the nine B&B service sites. Once your information is shared with the B&B sites, the service site Program Manager and site supervisors will review applicants qualifications and reach out to schedule and interview if they see fit. You may have an opportunity to be interviewed by one; or, up to all nine sites based on each sites position availability.

More opportunities with The Child Abuse Prevention Center

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About The Child Abuse Prevention Center

Location:

4700 Roseville Road, North Highlands, CA 95660, US

Mission Statement

Mission: To prevent child abuse, neglect and abandonment.

Description

The Child Abuse Prevention Center is a state, national and international service, training, research and resources center dedicated to protecting children and building healthy families.

Children & Youth
Community
Crisis Support

WHEN

Wed Sep 01, 2021 - Fri Oct 29, 2021
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

WHERE

4700 Roseville Rd. Ste. 102North Highlands, CA 95660

(38.65336,-121.38796)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Child Welfare
  • Child Development
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Social Work

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • B & B AmeriCorps (AC) members commit to a full-time term of 1700 hrs. Each member min. wkly. contracted hrs. based start date. Min. wkly. hrs. ranges 35 - 42 hrs.; & each individual AC member wkly. schedule is determined by hiring service site.
  • Must be a current resident of the U.S., U.S. National, or permanent resident. If residency expires between 9/1/21 and 8/31/22, members must submit updated documentation to continue service for the remainder of the program year.

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