Join Our Program Team: We're hiring an AmeriCorps Member!

Powerful Voices is seeking a rad person to join our team of social justice program facilitators. Would you or someone you know be a good fit? Spread the word!

Powerful Voices is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, people who have been socialized and/or identify as womxn, people of all gender identities, and LGBTQ folks are strongly encouraged to apply.


PositionEmployment AmeriCorps Member
Service Commitment: Fall 2017 through July 31, 2018
BenefitsHands on training and experience. Yearly living allowance, which is distributed bi-weekly over the 11 month term. The pre-tax figure for 2016-2017 is $12,630. $5,815 AmeriCorps Education Award upon successful completion.  Optional healthcare while you serve with Notre Dame AmeriCorps.  While a member is serving, they do not make payments on qualifying loans. Childcare assistance for eligible members. Powerful Voices Girl Justice 1.0 and 2.0 training and certifications. Professional Development trainings. PV provides hour-long Trauma Stewardship sessions with a counselor for staff. You will also have access to our Wellness Fund for monetary support for self care. 2 personal hours of self care per month that are counted as work hours.

OverviewPowerful Voices is looking to hire an AmeriCorps member who will serve as the program AmeriCorps member to the Employment Coordinator in leading our employment readiness programs. Powerful Voices offers three employment programs per year, two of which culminate in youth-led social justice projects.  Annually, this member will support programs that employ up to 39 young people who identify as girls of color, ages 14-18, from low income communities to meet critical employment readiness and paid experience needs. These young people all live or go to school in Seattle with a focus on the West, South, and Central District. Most if not all participants have been or are being impacted by violence in some way and we work closely but not exclusively with the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (SYVPI) for program referrals. In each program, young folks are paid a $500-$600 stipend for a six-to-twelve week program. They will meet two to three times a week as a whole group, in addition to having two to three one-on-one meetings with staff to set goals, discuss areas of growth, give and receive feedback, and review job expectations and progress.  

The employment programs emphasize the cultivation of positive girl* culture by working to build a trusting and supportive team with other girls* and women*. Our curriculum is grounded in research of best practices in prevention and youth development fields, designed to be gender specific, strengths-based, prioritize youth leadership and voice, and create brave spaces for young people to explore, share, learn, and grow.  We dive into team building, identity, personal values, positive girl culture, healthy relationships, racism, sexism, homophobia, adultism, and employment readiness skills.  These opportunities develop employable, concrete skills such as public speaking, project management, organization, facilitation, and resume creation.  Young folks also practice soft skills such as communication, teamwork, self-expression, and the value of using one’s voice to communicate ideas and opinions so that they can apply their learning and growth to other experiences in their life.

To ApplyPlease see Employment AmeriCorps Member Announcement for instructions. In addition, please send cover letter and resume ASAP to This position is open until filled!


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