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NOAH Seeking Two Outstanding LISC AmeriCorps Volunteers

Seeking Two 10-Month AmeriCorps: 1. Housing Construction Projects Coordinator & 2. Community Engagement & Job Training Coordinator
Please note that these positions have been filled.

Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc. seeks two outstanding individuals to provide ten months of full-time service through two LISC Americorps volunteer opportunities. Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc. (NOAH) is a community-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide resources and opportunities to low-income families and communities. Our AmeriCorps will function as core parts of our staff devoted to bringing low-income individuals and communities out of poverty.  

Full-time AmeriCorps member positions are for 10 months of service and within those 10 months at least 1,700 hours must be served.  Some specifics of a full-time member position are that the member:

  • Serves a ten month period beginning on November 1, 2016 and ending on August 31, 2017
  • Is required to complete a minimum of 1,700 hours within the term of service
  • Earns an $15,000 stipend payable via LISC in increments on the 15th and the last day of the month
  • Earns a $5,775 education award to either return to school or pay off an existing, qualified student loan if service is completed successfully
  • Is eligible for health insurance and can apply for a child care benefit (income eligibility basis)
  • Is expected to attend the National Leadership Conference in March 2017 as part of LISC’s career development for members

1. Housing Construction Projects Coordinator: Activities include assisting in construction of 41 affordable rental units at Coppersmith Village; rehabbing of multi-families units in East Boston and several potential pipeline projects; specifically: researching; applying; meeting; and negotiating w/potential partners; helping with proformas; coordinating and participating in community & construction- related meetings; working on construction drawings, plans and jobs; meeting with contractors; loan closings; assisting with outreach and lottery application processes as needed.

2. Community Engagement & Job Training Coordinator: The member selected to serve in this capacity will be responsible for: Recruiting new community volunteers from East Boston; assisting in/training youth ages 13-17 who are members of NOAH’s EBE Leadership Youth Crew; develop and implement training curriculum for youth crew members to ensure they have access to valuable vocational job and leadership training; mentor youth crew members to ensure their continued progress towards educational and employment goals; coordinate programming for youth crew around community-based campaigns to improve quality of life for East Boston residents around issues of affordable housing, open-space, and public safety; creating a Volunteer Training Curriculum and/or accompanying manual; creating a process for ongoing communication with/engagement of existing volunteers; training new volunteers; assisting with social media platform content related to volunteer engagement; supervising active volunteers to ensure effective utilization of individual volunteers’ skill set; measuring and reporting annual volunteer impact; and assisting Director of Community Building and Environment with special recruitment efforts around Climate Change Adaptation/Mitigation movement in East Boston.

Process: Interested candidates please contact Linda Miller-Foster at



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