South Cumberland Plateau AmeriCorps VISTA Project

South Cumberland Plateau VISTA Project

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Current Openings:

Development and Fundraising Coordinator 
EMS Systems and Network Coordinator (grant writer)
Grundy Safe Communities Coalition Outreach Specialist
Head Start Family Resiliency Education and Awareness Coordinator
Opioid Prevention Outreach Coordinator
Safe Baby Court Team Community Outreach Specialist
School Garden Network Coordinator
Sustainable Economic Development Coordinator

 

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  • AmeriCorps VISTA is a one year long service program dedicated to poverty alleviation that takes place in communities across the United States. 
  • The South Cumberland Plateau VISTA Project is a collaborative partnership between the University of the South, South Cumberland Community Fund, and the project’s community partners which began in 2014. The focus of the program is to help grow and strengthen communities through programs focused around Education, Economic Development, and Healthy Futures.

Program Objectives

  • Develop capacity and overall effectiveness of the project partner sites.

  • Develop and implement useful resources and programs that benefit community members and residents throughout the project service area.

  • Strengthen community connections between the VISTA project members and area residents through program outreach and implementation.

  • Provide VISTA members with the opportunity for both professional and personal growth through community outreach, workshops, conferences.

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 “I feel such a connectedness working within the community of Sewanee and surrounding areas through the VISTA program. Helping others see their own strengths, to sharing my creative side when called upon, day in and day out, I feel a true sense of fulfillment and contentment. The Mountain is rich in culture and community; I feel lucky to be a part of it!”

        -- Kacee Carter: University of the South Farm