AmeriCorps members, Temple Center for Intergenerational Learning

Posted by on June 20, 2011

Learn from your community! Give to your community! Belong to your community! Project SHINE is a national service organization at Temple University Intergenerational Center.  AmeriCorps members at SHINE promote a healthy community and strengthen social connections by tutoring English, health literacy, healthy workshops and recreational activities. AmeriCorps members serve 9-10 hours per week and attend monthly trainings. Members receive a $1,500 stipend and an $1,132 educational award. Bilingual, bi cultural, retired individuals and those with health and/or ESL experience or working towards a career in health and/or ESL are in high demand. Questions and application requests may be sent to The AmeriCorps position with SHINE is from September 2010 to May 2012, serving 9-10 hours a week.

On Tuesday, June 21 at 5:00pm Project SHINE, Temple University Intergenerational Center will be holding an information session regarding their AmeriCorps Health Literacy Program. AmeriCorps members serve 9-10 a week at a SHINE community partner immigrant site in Philadelphia City. Members serve from September 2011 to May 2012 and receive a stipend and education award. The information session will be on Tuesday, June 21 at 5:00pm at 1700 North Broad Street, Suite 412. If anyone is unable to attend the session they may email SHINE at with questions and application requests. Further information about SHINE can be found at and on Facebook!

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