2022-2023 Cohort, Community Resource Corps, City of Phila.
The Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service in Philadelphia is now accepting applications from qualified candidates to join the 2022-2023 Community Resource Corps (CRC). AmeriCorps CRC members serve a 11-month three-quarter term while connecting Philadelphia residents to anti-poverty resources at the City. The work of the Community Resource Corps is an integral part of alleviating poverty in Philadelphia by making anti-poverty resources more accessible and meeting residents where they are to access these life sustaining resources. We are seeking candidates who are active and trusted members in their communities and are committed to making a positive change in their community. The Community Resource Corps is committed to diversity and inclusion. Black, indigenous, people of color, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
We welcome AmeriCorps Members with diverse experiences and identities. We welcome people impacted by mass incarceration and people formerly incarcerated. People with most types of convictions are eligible. People convicted for sex crimes or murder are ineligible, due to federal requirements. We’re looking for AmeriCorps Members who are:
- Activists and organizers in their own community.
- People interested in making a difference and becoming a leader in their neighborhood.
- Committed to work a 6 hour shift between 11 am -7 pm Monday through Friday to complete 1,200 hours for a minimum of 11 months or 675 hours for 6 months (October 2022- March 2023)
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