AmeriCorps Position - Business Opportunity Center Program Assistant

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Recruiting Organization: El Centro de la Raza

[NOTE: This is a full-time, year-long AmeriCorps position for 2022-2023. Benefits of an AmeriCorps position include: A monthly stipend to cover living expenses; an education award of up to $6,495 that can be used for future schooling or to pay off existing qualified student loan debt; basic health insurance; workers compensation coverage; and more. Find more information about what an AmeriCorps position can offer you at:]

El Centro de la Raza was founded in 1972 when a multiracial group of diverse community members led a peaceful and innovative three-month occupation of the abandoned Beacon Hill school building. Today, we are an indispensable community institution that responds to a broad range of community needs among children, youth, adults, and seniors with 43 culturally and linguistically integrative programs. Twelve principles guide our work for social justice and community organizing, creating successful educational, human service, housing, economic development, and asset building programs. We tell and document our history for future generations., and are passionate and effective advocates for the rights and opportunities of vulnerable and marginalized people.

The Business Opportunity Center (BOC) Small Business Development Program provides training and technical assistance to aspiring entrepreneurs and existing small business owners as they develop and implement business plans to start or expand small businesses in King County. The program includes business development training courses, one-on-one counseling, access to affordable businesses resources, digital literacy and financial empowerment components.

The BOC Program Assistant AmeriCorps Service Member will serve as an assistant to the program coordinator/course instructor in preparing and coordinating training plans, and assisting with administrative duties relating to small business development and other BOC programs including marketing materials and digital literacy training. Will engage with students, instructors and admin staff on a daily basis to support participant success. Will coordinate with organizational staff to provide relevant referrals to other community based services.


  • Ability to work as part of a team, take direction, work independently when needed.
  • Ability to serve low-income families from Latino ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Ability to communicate in English and Spanish

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Wheelchair Accessible

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Fee Amount: None

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