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Campus Compact of Oregon: Connect2Complete is currently recruiting recent grads for Americorps positions

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Recruiting Americorps positions in Tigard and Tualatin High Schools for recent grads

Connect2Complete is currently recruiting for two Americorps Academic Engagement Specialists, one at Tigard High School and the other at Tualatin High School. The primary function will be to support the schools to create interventions with chronically absent students and families. Members will develop, implement, and expand attendance and academic engagement programs utilizing mentorship, family engagement, and service- learning to get students to increase their attendance and create a more inclusive school environment.

“As a former member on site, I can attest to the impact our program has with the communities we serve, as well as the invaluable experience I gained in creating systems and interventions to increase academic engagement, not to mention the value of the education award I received at the end of service.” – Kevin
C2C Positions Tigard and Tualiain

Apply today!
  1. Review the available position descriptions (Tigard High School and Tualatin High School)
  2. Email matt@oregoncampuscompact.org with updated resume and cover letter
  3. Create a my.americorps.gov account and submit an application to the C2C Academic Engagement Specialist position
  4. The C2C program will review your materials and reach out for a phone interview if candidates meet stated qualifications


Matt Jernigan, Connect2Complete Program Manager
matt@oregoncampuscompact.org | 503.406.3573

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Campus Compact of Oregon convenes and supports the work of educational institutions individually and collectively to improve their practice around institutional equity, collaborative learning, and community engagement to respond effectively to a racially diverse and changing Oregon.

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The Volunteer Opportunities Newsletter allows students, faculty, and staff at PCC a more comprehensive look at volunteer needs and opportunities from our community partners. Our hope is that the newsletter will allow subscribers to stay better informed about community service opportunities in the tri-county areas of Portland, Oregon, as well as non-profit internships and scholarships available locally and nationally.

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