Transplanting Traditions Community Farm (TTCF) is part of AmeriCorps ACCESS, a project which focuses on immigrant and refugee communities to have access to human services so that they can become self-sufficient. The AmeriCorps ACCESS Children and Education Coordinator will serve refugee children and adults from Burma to support them in academic success, social wellbeing, summer camp education, cultural preservation, ESL, and engaging in their children’s learning.
Program Benefits: This position is a part time, 20-25/hrs a week or 900 hours/year, year-long volunteer service opportunity starting in September 2022. AmeriCorps ACCESS members are volunteers, not employees, and therefore do not receive payment from TTCF for their service. As an AmeriCorps ACCESS volunteer, you will receive a monthly living stipend, reimbursement for job related transportation, and educational award after completion of service. Please review all information, details and benefits on the AmeriCorps ACCESS website before applying.
How to apply: Please apply through the position listing on the AmeriCorps site OR submit a resume and brief one-page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 20th, 2022. For questions about the position, email us at email@example.com.
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The mission of Transplanting Traditions is to uplift food sovereignty in the refugee community through access to land, education and opportunities for refugee farmers to address community food insecurity and the barriers they face in reaching their dreams of farming. The farm provides a cultural community space for refugee adults and youth to come together, recreate home and build healthy communities, and continue agricultural traditions in the Piedmont of N.C.