Jobs, Internships & National Service

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Jobs, Internships & National Service

 

 

Thanks for your interest in working at Literacy Minnesota! The following positions are currently open:

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director

 

 

 

Thanks for your interest in an internship at Literacy Minnesota! The following internships are currently open:

ESL Classroom Assistant Intern - Morning Program

ESL Classroom Assistant Intern - Evening Program

Please read more information about our National Service opportunities (remote service options may be available):

Literacy Leadership AmeriCorps VISTA positions Currently accepting applications for 2022-23, multiple positions with service locations across the nation.

Summer Reads Mentor positions Currently accepting applications for summer 2022, multiple positions with service locations across the Twin Cities Metro and Greater Minnesota.

AmeriCorps positions available at Literacy Minnesota:

VISTA Leaders (main office, St Paul) Do you have a year of full-time experience with VISTA, Peace Corps, AmeriCorps (1700 hours) or NCCC? Flex your leadership muscles! Become a VISTA Leader and support your fellow national service members as they eliminate educational barriers for underserved children, youth, adults or families. *2 positions available for August 2022.

Summer Reads Outreach Specialists (main office, St Paul) Fight the summer slide! Use your prior experience teaching/tutoring to provide peer mentorship to first-time Summer Reads Mentors who will make a lifelong impact on children and youth this summer.

Community Technology Empowerment Project (CTEP) Literacy Minnesota's 2022-2023 Community Technology Empowerment Project (CTEP) position is now open for applicants! This position will be focused on direct service and capacity building projects related to digital literacy and distance learning at Literacy Minnesota's 5 Learning Centers. For more information about the project, please visit the website of partner organization SPNN. For more information, please contact Allison Williams, williams@spnn.org, 651-298-8918.