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Americorps Employment Opportunity: 
Eastern Maine CA$H Asset Coach Coordinator.­­­


United Way of Eastern Maine is currently accepting applications for an Americorps member through the Bangor Americorps Opportunity Collaborative, a collaboration between partner organizations to improve the economic well-being and security of economically-disadvantaged citizens living in Bangor. This position will address critical basic needs while simultaneously working to increase employment opportunities through job/skill training and education. This position will focus on economic opportunity by delivering financial literacy and job-skills training, by assisting the transition into or remaining in safe, healthy, and affordable housing, and by helping to identify wraparound services with community providers as needed.

FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE HERE:http://unitedwayem.org/assets/2014-2015AmericorpsJobPosting.pdf

To Apply: Email Janelle Wuoristo, Community Impact Manager at United Way of Eastern Maine at janellew@unitedwayem.org AND Mary Anne Saxl, Project Director of the Bnagor Americorps Project at msaxl@emcc.edu. Please visit http://www,emcc.edu/americorps/ to begin the application process.


Education. Income. Health­.­­­



Here at United Way of Eas­tern Maine, ­we're­­­ working to create la­sting change by ­­mobilizing the­ caring power of our communities toward the effects of a better education, improved financial standing, and a higher quality of health for our neighbors.

Many people who live and work in Eastern Maine face tough challe­nges on a daily basis - some may not know where their next meal is coming from, while others have a strong need for a Mentor, Tutor, or Reader. The need for a helping hand is not limited to adults either. There are young children who do not have enough food on the weekend and are going hungry.

Click here for the 2011 Community Needs Assessment

We hope you're able to explore the site and learn a­bout the funded programs and initiatives that are helping our community grow stronger. Check out our focus on improving our community's education, income and health

We're all in this together. 
Let's make a difference for our neighbors.

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United Way partners with the Creating Assets, $avings and Hope (CA$H) coalition to provide free tax assistance and financial resources to individuals in Eastern Maine. More than 2,800 low and moderate income individuals have received free tax preparation and financial resource support. The work of the coalition has brought more than $2 million in refund monies to Eastern Maine. Read more.

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