Wyman is seeking a committed, mission-oriented individual to build organizational capacity through the AmeriCorps VISTA program in support of long-term impact for young people in our region. We are currently recruiting for a May 10 or June 7, 2021 start date.
- National Network VISTA– The National Network Partner & Training Development VISTA member will build the capacity of Wyman’s National Network, which serves a network of agencies providing services to high need communities, by assisting, tracking, and summarizing administrative support for pilot(s) of state-wide systems trainings. This work will include developing management standards for systems trainings and developing new marketing materials that capture program & training implementation summaries and results. As a result of the VISTA member’s service, they will help Wyman better understand the logistical and administrative efforts in offering future state-wide systems trainings. They will also develop program support materials thus enabling Wyman’s National Network to better address requests for organization’s interested in exploring utilizing Wyman programs and/or trainings in their own communities of need. Through this enhanced reach, more young people will be supported in Wyman’s programs and will be better equipped to break the cycle of poverty. Click here to learn more and apply today!
Each VISTA commits to a year of service and is eligible for an end of service education award or cash stipend (your choice), a living allowance throughout your year of service, healthcare benefits, relocation allowance (if applicable), professional development, affordable housing options, and more!
If you’re thinking about becoming a VISTA, there are a lot of factors to consider. Visit Serve the Lou to learn more and view these brief videos about the program:
Youth living in disadvantaged circumstances are more likely to succeed when they are supported by positive adult support. That’s why we work to build the capacity of adults and communities to empower future generations. Our proven solutions enable them to build the strengths of young people. Wyman’s training helps adults learn how to constructively recognize, utilize and enhance the strengths of young people. Our training reinforces a holistic approach to youth development, in contrast to interventions that focus on single problems. In addition, we work to increase the effectiveness of the field by capturing and analyzing data, then sharing practices that can ignite innovation across the nation.
Wyman is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an equitable and inclusive environment for all employees.