AmeriCorps Delaware Gets Things Done
Recruitment: We Need You
AmeriCorps National and State Programs provide opportunities for individuals to serve full-time with Habitat for Humanity and help meet the housing needs of communities and families throughout the United States.
Recruitment for AmeriCorps Delaware 2016-17 service positions is currently underway. For more information on SCHFH's AmeriCorps program, please call (302) 855-1153 x205 or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information on the benefits of serving with AmeriCorps or to apply visit: www.americorps.gov.
Sussex County Habitat's current AmeriCorps class has openings in:
What is an AmeriCorps service member? As an AmeriCorps service member you have the opportunity to gain new skills and experience the satisfaction that comes from helping others.
Why serve with the Corps? Member benefits include:
- Health insurance coverage
- A modest bi-weekly living allowance
- Limited affordable housing opportunities (first come, first served)
- Post service term Segal Education Award
Recognition: We Appreciate You
October 7, 2016:
Legislative Hall in Dover Sussex County Habitat's 2016-2017 AmeriCorps Members After Being Sworn In
Sussex County Habitat's 2016-2017 AmeriCorps Members Share Lunch at a Local Restaurant
Governor Jack Markel with AmeriCorps Delaware Director, Charles A. Harris
Current SCHFH AmeriCorps Service Members
Brenda Clarke, ReStore Associate
Sara Clendaniel, Site Volunteer Coordinator
Susan M. Davis, Media Coordinator
Traci deWolfe, Affiliate Relations Associate
Sharon Feltwater, ReStore Associate
Caitlin Geoghegan, Construction
Julia Knopf, Events Coordinator
Danielle Niethammer, Volunteer Coordinator
Christopher Turner, Construction
Brittni Sullivan, Construction
Susan Ullman, ReStore Associate
Asia Young, Construction
Resolution: Where Will You Go From Here?
The Habitat AmeriCorps Alumni Association (HAAA) mobilizes Habitat AmeriCorps alumni as hearts, hands, and voices to strengthen Habitat for Humanity’s societal impact and inspire action to end substandard housing. AmeriCorps Alumni go on to careers of service with Habitat for Humanity, state and local government agencies, non-profits of all types, educational institutions, and even in the arts. After their term of service is over, we send them on to do great things and they continue to get things done for America.
“Having the AmeriCorps and Habitat experience on my resume opened tons of opportunities for me that I don’t think I would have otherwise had. It opened my eyes to the needs of so many and it changed me forever. I am committed to a career in service now, really a lifetime of service to others.”
Our Alumni: Where Are They Now?
This notice is written pursuant to the Equal Employment Opportunity Order at Executive Order 11246 and the implementing regulations at 41 CRF 60.Sussex County Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all of our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve and National Guard status or any other status or characteristic protected by law.