:Position Title: Corps Member – Tomah Neighborhood Crew
Position Type: Full-time/Seasonal
Location: Based in Tomah, WI with transportation provided to project sites.
Dates: Fall dates: October 20-November 17
Compensation: $300 per week
For More Info: Contact Matt Gaworski at email@example.com.
WisCorps WORKS Neighborhood Crews complete projects that benefit their local communities. Projects include helping out the elderly with basic home repairs, light landscaping & carpentry projects, beautification projects, gardening projects, and helping out local non-profit agencies within each community that we serve.
About WisCorps WORKS:
The WisCorps WORKS program offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to help you pursue your career and educational goals AND help out your community! Through paid work experience and classroom style training, eligible participants learn skills that will help them to become future leaders in Wisconsin’s workforce. All WORKS Neighborhood Crew Corps Members will participate in the WisCorps WORKS program.
For more information about the WisCorps WORKS Program, including eligibility requirements click here: WisCorps WORKS
Corps Member Responsibilities:
- Work as a team to accomplish project goals
- Arrive on-time each and every workday
- Must have a positive attitude and be ready to work hard
- Maintain high standards of personal safety both on and off the worksite
- Must abide by all WisCorps policies and procedures
Corps Member Qualifications:
- Must be 18 – 24 years old and not attending school
- Participants must meet all eligibility requirements for WisCorps WORKS
WisCorps, Inc provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees/participants and applicants for employment/ participation without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. We are committed to assuring equal employment opportunity and equal access to services, programs and activities for persons with disabilities. If you have a disability and need to access information in an alternative format, or need it translated to another language, please contact Julie Mitchell, 608-789-4585, firstname.lastname@example.org or Wisconsin Relay 711.
This program is funded by a Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act grant through the Western Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, Inc., the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and the US Department of Labor.