“To be selfless does not mean that you don’t think of yourself. It means you think enough of yourself to make a difference.”
-Alyson, Youth Volunteer with YVC of Muskogee
A career with Youth Volunteer Corps is a fantastic way to immerse yourself in the nonprofit world. You will join a network of individuals who all share a passion for providing youth across North America with the opportunities they deserve. By entering the YVC network you will be part of a network with more than thirty years of hard work and dedication to inspiring youth for a lifetime commitment to service. You will work with a wide variety of people from all types of cultures and communities, and be given the opportunity to learn and grow. YVC gives you the resources that you need to succeed while also encouraging you to develop your own. You will help YVC grow larger than ever before. Start a career with YVC today!
Thanks to an AmeriCorps VISTA grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service, Youth Volunteer Corps hosts a team of AmeriCorps VISTA members to launch high-quality and sustainable youth volunteer programs in under-served Missouri and Kansas communities.
Currently hiring in:
Omaha, NE (part-time)
YVC program directors are an essential part of our organization. As a program director, you will be responsible for overseeing all of the projects in your program. You will be the face of the organization, and the person the youth volunteers will look to for guidance and supervision. Through service-learning, you will provide volunteers with knowledge about why they are doing the project, and the effect it will have on their community.
Youth Engagement Specialist
Currently hiring in:
Kansas City, MO
YVC youth engagement specialists assist with planing, recruiting, and supervising service-learning projects for youth. Additionally, they will represent YVC to schools, agencies, and other partners.
YVC team leaders play an important role in every YVC program. As a team leader, you will supervise and guide youth on volunteer projects and build influential, lasting relationships. Through service-learning, you will provide volunteers with knowledge about why they are doing the project, and the effect it will have on their community. These positions are contingent on summer programming in each location.