Through their service, members will build a more diverse and reliable volunteer base; increase our hours and ability to serve the community through emotional support, resource referrals, nourishing food options, and essential supplies; and foster a more cohesive community space. In addition, they will leverage over 200 volunteers that will be engaged in direct service, groups, and special projects.
- Supervise volunteers during drop-in shifts, groups and other in-person activities
- Act as drop-in shift leads/another layer of program management (responsible for day-to-day supervision of drop-in)
- Track daily Logs (member visits and purpose of visits), T-Passes, other material goods and volunteer/intern attendance
- Coordinate month to month schedules and special projects for volunteers and interns
- Be available for emotional support, de-escalation assistance of members at the center
- Creating systems and best practices that can be used continuously, even after fellow(s)
- Support volunteer recruitment, postings, and communication efforts
- Help develop strategic plan for diversifying our volunteer pool, training, onboarding, and
- Complete a minimum of 750 hours of service, serving through June 24, 2023.
- Attend a minimum of 6 Commonwealth Corps trainings and service events held by MSA post orientation.
- Participate in a minimum of 30 minutes for half-time members of MSA-related activities each week. This may include filling out timesheets, completing a bi-monthly reflection or check-in, or other MSA-related tasks or activities.
- Be a part of the greater Commonwealth Corps community, including participating in cross-site learning
groups, attending all 6 Commonwealth Corps events, and attending optional social/service events.
- Admin & Maintenance: Updating Manuals, Master Communications list and other databases as
- Fostering thriving culture by maintaining CWC community guidelines and policies