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Search Extended: Become an AmeriCorps VISTA in the Vermont Mentoring Community!
Have you or someone you know ever considered spending a year of service by becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA member? Mobius, Vermont’s Mentoring Partnership is currently seeking a full-time Marketing Specialist/VISTA, starting this August, to help support and expand adult-to-youth mentoring initiatives across the state. The Marketing Specialist will work with Mobius staff to raise public awareness of mentoring, develop and expand resources for mentoring programs, help programs collaborate with one another, and create and enhance professional development resources.
We are hiring on a rolling basis, but applications must be submitted no later than July 1. Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this position, and a full position description, please visit our Job and Service Opportunities in Mentoring page.
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“We know, from experience, that a caring and consistent adult mentor can change a child’s life. A trusting mentoring relationship improves the chances for life long success and happiness. I am a supporter of Mobius because its goal is to establish mentoring programs statewide for children in elementary school all the way through high school graduation. Experience the joy of being a mentor; consider becoming one yourself.” -Governor Madeleine M. Kunin, 2015 Vermont Mentoring Month Spokesperson
“Mobius has done tremendous work to expand the reach of mentoring in Vermont. We know how important a mentor can be in the life of a child or young adult, and we know that an investment in mentoring is an investment in their future, and ours. I am proud to have supported the work of Mobius, and I will continue to support the continued growth of Vermont’s statewide mentoring partnerships.” -U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy