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Fuel Pantry Advisor - Part-time
College of DuPage
Provide leadership for Fuel Pantry operations maintaining a welcoming, stigma free, and safe environment for all clients, volunteers, and community members. Work with the campus Food Security Initiative to provide educational experiences for students and the college community, help to develop a sustainable, nutritious campus food system that supports student success and overall health and wellbeing, and provide support in addressing basic needs assistance for pantry clients.

Position is part-time for 30 hours per week.
Link: https://cod.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/443?c=cod
Campus Compact- College of DuPage Food Pantry
College of DuPage
The AmeriCorps member serving at College of DuPage Food Pantry will serve as part of a multi-disciplinary group of faculty, staff and students called the College of DuPage Food Security Initiative who are committed to fighting food insecurity for our students. Over the last four years, we have grown the Fuel Pantry and Garden into an inspiring operation that supports our students who are facing food insecurity. Some ways in which our VISTA will help advance this project is by investigating ways that we can provide more educational opportunities to both campus and community members in nutrition and healthy eating; research and make recommendations on ways to increase our funding; investigate ways in which we can expand our resources for basic needs, and continue the work of previous VISTAs in using research and assessment to strengthen our programs. The VISTA will accomplish this by actively being involved in research; building relationships with community partners, assisting in the creation of materials, and making recommendations for the future success of the initiative. The biweekly living allowance for this position is $542.22 in DuPage County, IL. The AmeriCorps member serving at College of DuPage Food Pantry will be part of a dynamic, motivated corps with Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA. Serving as a member of a corps provides the chance to connect with other members throughout multiple states, create a network of support, and to share resources. As the intermediary, Campus Compact, a national non-profit, supports the professional and personal growth of AmeriCorps members through a variety of professional development opportunities and in-person trainings including overnight retreats throughout their service year. If you would like to learn more about serving with Campus Compact, please email our VISTA Leaders at vista@compact.org.
Link: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=110269
Program Coordinator
Loaves & Fishes Community Services
Loaves & Fishes is looking for a new member of the team!
Program Coordinator (Bi-Lingual-English/Spanish). The Program Coordinator serves as a key contact in our reception area. The Coordinator directs and manages all program desk activities. This will include serving visitors and clients by greeting, welcoming, and directing. The Coordinator notifies agency personnel of visitor arrivals and will provide general information to community callers and clients on available services, policies, and procedures.

Job Requirements
•Flexibility to work occasional evenings and an occasional weekend day
• Excellent verbal communication skills and Spanish bi-lingual
• High School diploma or GED
• Excellent organizational skills
• Computer and Microsoft Office skills
• Ability to multi-task
• Well-groomed appearance and positive attitude
• Ability to lift and carry 20 lbs.
Link: https://www.loaves-fishes.org/jobs/
Laboratory Assistant I - STEM Fuel Garden
College of DuPage
Manage the COD Fuel Garden sites that target food-insecurity on campus in collaboration with the Fuel Pantry. Grow vegetables and fruit following sustainable and organic principles. Ensure harvest and distribution to COD community members. Promote on-campus sustainability efforts through collaborative relationships with various college departments via educational experiences for students and the broader college community. Collaborate across the college to develop a sustainable, nutritious campus food system that supports student success and overall health and wellbeing.
Link: https://cod.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/515?c=cod
2022-2023 Washington Campus Compact AmeriCorps Position: SCC CARES Basic Needs Resources Coordinator - Food Insecurity
Spokane Community College
Position Description:
The Basic Needs Resources Coordinator for Food Insecurity will create information pathways and enhance partnerships with regional food insecurity agencies. This member will review evidence-based strategies and institutional operating policies/procedures surrounding how we address student basic needs insecurity in order to provide future recommendations and implement strategic planning initiatives. Furthermore, this member will work to increase campus engagement and access points for resources.

Member Duties & Responsibilities:
● Coordinate volunteer opportunities and campus events highlighting basic needs insecurity issues.
● Meet with SCC students, staff and other stakeholders to conduct ongoing assessment of support needs, staffing, and resources inventory needs surrounding food insecurity needs.
● Work with staff to provide strategic basic needs resources for SCC center locations and establish operating practices/procedures that will fit the needs and capacity at those locations.
● Communicate with community partners, including food insecurity assistance agencies as well as the food security coalition partners, to determine capacity for establishing or enhancing community partnerships in the SCC service region. Partners may include but are not limited to: Second Harvest; Northwest Harvest; SNAP; and DSHS.
● Support knowledge of long-term services/supports by being an access point for community resources information.
Link: https://scc.spokane.edu/For-Our-Students/Around-Campus/Lair-Student-Center/CARE-Center
2022-2023 Washington Campus Compact AmeriCorps Position: SCC CARES Basic Needs Resources Coordinator - Housing Insecurity
Spokane Community College
Position Description:
The Basic Needs Resources Coordinator, Housing Insecurity, will create information pathways and enhance partnerships with regional housing support agencies. This member will review evidence-based strategies and institutional operating policies/procedures surrounding how we address student basic needs insecurity in order to provide future recommendations and implement strategic planning initiatives. Furthermore, this member will work to increase campus engagement and access points for resources.

● Coordinate volunteer opportunities and campus events highlighting basic needs insecurity issues.
● Meet with SCC students, staff and other stakeholders to conduct ongoing assessment of support needs, staffing, and resources inventory surrounding housing insecurity needs.
● Work with staff to provide strategic basic needs resources for SCC center locations and establish operating practices/procedures that will fit the needs and capacity at those locations.
● Communicate with community partners, including housing assistance agencies as well as homelessness coalition partners, to determine capacity for establishing or enhancing community partnerships in the SCC service region. Partners may include but are not limited to: DSHS; SNAP; Catholic Charities; and UGM.
● Support knowledge of long-term services/supports by being an access point for community resource information.
Link: https://scc.spokane.edu/For-Our-Students/Around-Campus/Lair-Student-Center/CARE-Center
Swipe Out Hunger Executive Director
Swipe Out Hunger
Key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the following areas of focus:

– Aligning Vision and Strategy & Management: Provide oversight of implementing the 2022-2024 Strategic Plan. Direct the process of defining the strategic vision beyond 2024. Ensure the senior team of Directors is supported individually and collectively. Partner closely with the Board of Directors, specifically the Board Chair, for shared accountability. Deepen collaboration across teams and functions.
– External Affairs and Fundraising: Communicate the organization’s significant role in addressing student hunger, mobilizing external and internal stakeholders to rally around this shared vision. Collaborate with the Vice President of Communications and Manager of Development and Board of Directors in creating a culture of philanthropy through the stewardship of donors, equitable allocation of current resources, and solicitation of additional gifts to meet the organization’s growing need for capacity.
– Program and Advocacy: Partner with the Director of Programs to continuously evolve, scale, and deepen the impact of Swipe Out Hunger programs. Support the Director of Advocacy in the development and outreach of Swipe Out Hunger advocacy campaigns. This includes the ongoing growth of the organization’s Hunger-Free Campus bill as outlined in the 2022-24 Strategic Plan.
– Operations, Finance, and Talent: Support the Director of Operations with internal team operations, financial management, hiring, and budgeting. Contribute and enhance the organizational culture described in Swipe Out Hunger’s values document.
Link: https://www.swipehunger.org/careers/
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