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Title: Preventive Health Coordinator: Full-Time, Exempt

YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina

Position Summary: The Preventive Health Coordinator helps program participants create a comprehensive personalized program to overcome the barriers to managing and preventing diabetes. The Coordinator maintains a database of information on each participant and tracks participants throughout the year-long program, continually communicating participants’ status to the other members of the Preventive Health team. The position is full-time,
year-round, exempt and benefits eligible and supervises a staff of full-time employees.
 

The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

 

Participation, Satisfaction and Success:

Oversees Diabetes Wellness program and Salsa, Sabor y Salud to improve the health of people with lifestyle-related health vulnerabilities, reduce the impact of socio-economic and racial health disparities, and promote wellness through exercise and improved nutrition for adults and children in YWCA
programs and in the community.

 Ensures that program participants get comprehensive and consistent case management, including evaluating the readiness of potential program participants to determine whether they should participate in the program, supervising case management and program participation, tracking and analyzing progress
and results, problem-solving, participating in direct client service, assisting with design of individual program plans, providing reports and revising program and/or client activities as needed to ensure success.

 Provides the initial contact for new participants by conducting phone screenings and intake interviews and works together with each participant to develop a plan for success. Continually gathers information throughout each client’s year-long participation in the program.

 Interacts with doctors to collect necessary information, following all legal and medical guidelines for privacy.

 Identifies and develops strategies to address socio-economic, racial and gender barriers to establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for constituents.

 Follows up promptly on problems raised by either participants or doctors regarding consistent participation in the program, providing feedback in person or by telephone and communicating with the Preventive Health team to work on solutions.

 Responsible for remaining up-to-date on diabetes wellness protocols, techniques for addressing barriers to wellness, and community resources available to overcome those barriers.

 Attends all staff meetings and shares information in the interest of improving the experience of each participant.

 Ensures that all steps are followed for transitioning a participant out of the program after one year and leads the team and other participants in celebrating success.

 Provides excellent customer service, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation.

Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.

 

Recruitment and Supervision:


 Recruits, hires, trains and supervises personal trainers for Diabetes Wellness program, ensuring that they have and maintain appropriate certification and use best practices for the field.

Schedule Program Events:

 Oversees Salsa, Sabor y Salud programming.

 Develops and provides exercise and educational nutrition programs with Child Care and School Age programs to increase physical activity and improve wellness.

 Schedules, selects content for, and helps facilitate support group meetings. The Coordinator attends all support group meetings and, ensures that support group meetings have relevant, quality programming.

 Plans and facilities a monthly dinner lecture.

Data Management:

 Knowledge and use of cloud-based software and related services that will enhance customer relationships with detailed, relevant data and engage members with timely information that will boost revenue and satisfaction; and to provide management with strategic data for making better business decisions and
automated tools to manage membership.

 Responsible for maintaining confidential information and meeting federal HPPA guidelines for release and use of medical information.

 Develops forms and data collections process and maintains accurate and current information on program participants to support progress reports.

 Analyzes program data and provides information for grant applications and reports and internal reports.

 Develops a process for post-participation follow up and tracking to assess long-term impact of program participation.

 Inputs all information on participants into the database in a timely and accurate manner.

YWCA Administration:

 Attends all staff meetings and workshops as required by the Director of Wellness or the YWCA administration.

 Assumes other responsibilities for the YWCA as requested and as appropriate to the position.

 Successfully prepares and submits regular and accurate payroll reports to Director of Finance. Oversees staff scheduling and payroll to ensure appropriate coverage and accurate compensation of staff.

 Maintains confidentiality at all times regarding information about participants and YWCA colleagues.

 Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual.

Working Conditions:

● Will work long hours at a computer.

● Is expected to attend events during the day and evening hours and on occasional weekends.

● Will work with a culturally and economically diverse population of YWCA members, participants, and staff members.

Physical Demands:

 The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: may occasionally lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes.
 

Degree Requirements:

 Four year degree preferred. Certifications and experience considered.
 

Application deadline is June 12, 2015.

Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org

  


 

Title: Director of Women’s Empowerment, Full Time, Exempt

 YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina – Asheville, NC

Position Summary: The Director of Women’s Empowerment is a member of the senior leadership team of the YWCA. The Director will supervise the MotherLove and Getting Ahead programs, and co-supervise the Drop-in Childcare program. The Director will also carry a case load of pregnant and parenting teens, providing support for academic achievement, improved nutrition, pre-and post-natal health, and access to community resources to strengthen families, helping each participant recognize her full potential as a parent and as a person, and optimizing the parent-child relationship by providing a one-on-one support system to young mothers. The goal of the work is to ensure that the participants progress toward their next academic level or graduate from high school and that they avoid repeated pregnancies while participating in the program. The Director is also responsible for supervising the facilitation of the empowerment series “Getting Ahead in a Just Getting by World” and the management of a caseload of graduates of the program. The position is full-time, benefits eligible, exempt and supervises two full-time staff persons and up to two BSW/MSW interns.


The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:
MotherLove:
Provides one-on-one monthly case management support to 5-7 first-time pregnant or parenting teens in Asheville City and Buncombe County schools. Helps participants develop consistency and stability in their lives, improve attendance at school and academic achievement, and learn problem-solving skills to resolve situations that negatively affect achievement of personal and academic goals.
Assesses and qualifies referrals for program participation. Evaluates current capacities, develops personal goals and plans with each participant, and provides support with living situation and/or housing, financial planning, relationships with parents, partners and others, transportation, parenting skills, breastfeeding, personal and child health, and academic achievement as needed.
Builds trust, listens thoughtfully, earns and shares respect, reflects honesty and integrity in personal and professional life.
Oversees the planning and implementation of monthly “Lunch Bunch” sessions at each participating school. Ensures that a healthy meal is available to participants. Supports the MotherLove Coordinator in identifying and recruiting resource speakers to meet participant needs and address relevant issues. Ensures participation by current and potential program participants.
Oversees monthly group and individual home visit sessions to support goal setting and achievement, identifies and eliminates barriers to success, and supports continued development by program participants. Utilizes Partners for a Healthy Baby and Love Notes curricula for parenting and partner relationship education.
Facilitates a minimum of twelve annual home visits by staff for each participant to assess her living situation and level of home safety, to identify potential problems with relationships and to evaluate the health of the participant and child.
Supervises the development and management of an incentive program to ensure consistent and active program participation. Provides activities and needed supplies, as appropriate, to support achievement of individual participant and program goals. Plans and participates in motivational field trips to community resource sites, colleges, and other relevant locations.
Develops and implements regular surveys of participants for self-evaluation in household management, nutrition, financial literacy and other areas.
Supports the MotherLove Coordinator in training, and supervising volunteer mentors who provide additional individual support to program participants.
Recruits and oversees the program Advisory Committee--to include representatives from partner agencies (WNCHS, Asheville Women’s Medical, Asheville City Pre-school, Our Voice, HelpMate, Asheville Pregnancy Support, Buncombe County DSS, etc.)—thus ensuring broad community awareness of MotherLove program, providing assistance and information to support successful achievement of program goals.
Maintains a high level of professional development through state required conferences and meetings as well as additional training and learning opportunities.

 

Getting Ahead in a Just Getting by World:
Supervises the facilitation and implementation of the “Getting Ahead in a Just Getting by World,” a 16 week empowerment series.
Provides case management services and follow up to Getting Ahead graduates as needed.
Works with service providers, private, public and nonprofit, to support graduates of Getting Ahead.
Assesses and qualifies referrals for program participation. Evaluates current capacities, develops personal goals and plans with each participant, and provides support with living situation and/or housing, financial planning, relationships with partners and others, transportation as needed.
Reflects a positive, encouraging, non-judgmental attitude. Builds trust, listens thoughtfully, earns and shares respect, reflects honesty and integrity in personal and professional life.
Trains, and supervises volunteer mentors who provide additional individual support to program participants.

 

Program Administration:
Oversees full-time MotherLove and Women’s Empowerment Coordinators staff to provide support to program, director, and participants as appropriate.
Participates in the development of the program’s annual budget, ensuring compliance with all grant requirements and assisting in identification and communication with funding prospects and sources.
Identifies community resource agencies that offer referrals and/or services to support program goals. Develops and maintains relationships with partner agencies to promote the program and access resources needed to achieve success. Advocates for services to support the program and individual participants in education, medical and social services.
Manages the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative (TPPI) grant funds to meet required outcomes. Utilizes TPPI database to track progress toward goals, analyzes information, and provides reports to TPPI, United Way, and the necessary YWCA departments. Manages the relationship with the state TPPI contact to ensure compliance with all grant requirements.
Responsible for reporting timely grant outcomes to funders as required in funding agreements.

 

YWCA Administration
Ensures alignment with the mission, values and administrative policies of the YWCA.
Serves in a managerial capacity for the organization as required (i.e. weekend Manager on Duty).
Participates as a member of the organization’s leadership team for planning and ongoing operations.
Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the YWCA’s policies. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees, assigning and directing work, evaluating performance, addressing concerns and resolving problems.
Successfully prepares and submits regular and accurate payroll reports to Director of Finance. Oversees staff scheduling and payroll to ensure appropriate coverage and accurate compensation of staff.
Provides excellent customer service, personally and through staff, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation. Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.
Assumes other responsibilities as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:
Frequently travels to schools and to participants’ homes.
Is expected to attend events during the day and evening hours and on occasional weekends.
Is required to travel locally and statewide for program activities.

 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: frequently required to move throughout the building; sits for long periods of time in front of the computer screen; may occasionally lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes.

 

Educational Requirement:
MSW preferred
Experience supervising staff and program administration
Excellent written and verbal communication
Computer Proficiency; Google Drive, Microsoft Office, Excel
Spanish fluency preferred

 

Application deadline is June 5, 2015.
Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org

  


Title: Fitness Associate: Part Time – Non-exempt

YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina – Asheville, NC

 

Position Summary: Fitness Associates are responsible for ensuring that members have a high quality experience while exercising in Club W’s fitness gym. Fitness Associates offer a high-quality experience for the safety of members, preventing accidents, and enforcing the rules promoted by management and state, and by cleaning and maintaining the facility and equipment.

 

The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for the daily maintenance and safety of the fitness center. Duties include daily cleaning and maintenance of fitness equipment, including but not limited to vacuuming under treadmills, wiping equipment and mats, sweeping, deodorizing,refilling supplies, cleaning cycle room and fans. Inspects the equipment on a daily schedule and reports any unsafe conditions and equipment to the Club W Coordinator immediately. Re-racks weights and assists in maintaining a neat,organized and clean fitness center.
Conducts tours of the fitness center and the YWCA for prospective Club W members. Provides membership information; signs up new members.
Orients new members to the uses of the equipment in the fitness center. Ensures that members understand how to operate the weight-resistance and cardiovascular equipment in a safe and correct manner. Demonstrates safe exercises.
Enforces all of the facility’s policies, rules, and regulations in a customer friendly manner.
Responds to members concerns and questions; takes initiative on assisting members when needed and encouraging members to exercise.

 

Program Administration
Maintains records as required, reports any information regarding hourly member attendance and incidents.
Continually communicates with the Club W Coordinator and Membership Coordinator, providing suggestions on needs of program.
Calls instructors to find last-minute substitutes.
Attends all workshops and staff meetings as required by the Club W Coordinator.

 

YWCA Administration:
Provides excellent customer service, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation. Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.
Attends trainings assigned by the YWCA administration.
Assumes other responsibilities appropriate for the position as requested by the YWCA administration.
Will work with a culturally and economically diverse population of YWCA members, participants, and staff members.
Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual.
Maintains confidentiality at all times regarding information about participants and colleagues.

 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: required to stand for most shifts; will demonstrate fitness equipment and weight lifting techniques; will occasionally lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes; will use professional-grade cleaning products.

 

Skills and Certifications:
Physical training certifications are considered assets for this position. CPR training and basic first aid will be required.

 

People of color are encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates who are fluent in Spanish and English are strongly encouraged to apply. High school diploma or higher is required.

 

Application Deadline is May 30, 2015

Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org



 

Title: Lifeguard - Part-Time, Non-Exempt

YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina – Asheville, NC

Position Summary: Lifeguards ensure the safety of all aquatics participants by preventing accidents, informing participants of and enforcing the rules. Lifeguards also assist in the maintenance of the facility and program operations to ensure that all participants have a good experience.

 

The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains vigilance over pool participants at all time from a position on the pool deck.
Becomes familiar with physical circumstances of participants, paying attention to visible medical conditions and limitations.
Learns participants’ names.
Assist participants as needed, projecting professionalism at all times.
Collects tickets and logs each participant to record attendance in each activity.
Attends mandatory in-service trainings as arranged by the Director of Aquatics.
Immediately communicates any problems or issues affecting the safety and enjoyment of participants to the Director of Aquatics or Aquatics Assistant—by telephone if necessary.
When serving an opening or closing shift, performs extra duties defined by the Director of Aquatics or Aquatics Assistant.

 

Pool Maintenance:
Tests the water temperature and condition at regular intervals during shift according to schedule and standards set by the Director of Aquatics or Aquatics Assistant. Accurately records results.
When not supervising participants, takes initiative to organize program supplies and toys, arrange ropes for the next activity, clean the deck, check the First Aid Kit, and perform other duties as described the Director of Aquatics or Aquatics Assistant.

 

YWCA Administration:
Provides excellent customer service, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation. Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.
Attends trainings assigned by the YWCA administration.
Assumes  other responsibilities appropriate for the position as requested by the YWCA administration.
Will work with a culturally and economically diverse population of YWCA members, participants, and staff members.
Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual.
Maintains confidentiality at all times regarding information about participants and colleagues.

 

Working Conditions:
May be required to fill shifts in evenings, early mornings, and on weekends. Is expected to assist with substitutions when possible.
May be exposed to toxic chemicals. Helps with pool maintenance.

 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: Will lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes. Will be required to participate in cleaning the pool and the pool area.

 

Certifications and Skills:
Must have a current American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification as well as thorough knowledge and application of lifeguarding rescue techniques. Knowledge of the principles and practices of facility rules, policies, and procedures. Ability to work with diverse populations in a variety of situations. Must be able to perform CPR.

 

Application deadline is June 19, 2015

Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org



Title: Drop-in Child Care Counselor - Part Time, Non-Exempt

YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina

Position Summary: Drop-in Child Care Counselors are responsible for ensuring that children in the care of the Drop-in Center are safe, have sanitary conditions, have activities, interaction with counselors or volunteers, and are provided with food according to guidelines. The Drop-in Child Care Center serves the children of New Choices participants and of Club W members. The position is part time, year round and non-exempt.
 

The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures that the center is open, safe, and cleaned using the prescribed sanitation methods.
Ensures that parents dropping off children are personally greeted and that parents remain confident that the center is safe and clean and is providing appropriate stimulation for their children. Maintain a high level of organization when handling the possessions of child participants.
Ensures that staffing levels are appropriate for the number of children at all times by regulating intake of Health and Fitness participants if necessary.
Provides structure and maintain order by making sure that age-appropriate activities are available and develop new activities as required. Participate in activities with children and exercise approved methods of redirection when needed. Provide supervised time outside at prescribed intervals. Advise the director when supplies for activities are needed; create lists.
Maintain a tidy environment in the Center throughout the day and evening. Engage children in clean up and set up.
Engages with and explains protocols to volunteers when needed. Facilitate volunteer-led activities.
Ensures that food is prepared and served appropriately. Provides healthy options. Advises the director when food is needed; creates lists.
Coordinates and consults with parents on concerns such as improper clothing or inadequate provisions. Advises parents on child’s daily activity; include reports on any problems the children encountered.
Adopts appropriate tone with parents. Practices good customer service at all times.
Reports non-compliance regarding provisions as well as non-compliance regarding pick-up time to the director immediately.
Attends all staff meetings; helps the director establish procedures.
Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual and the Drop-in Child Care Handbook. Must implement all procedures from the staff handbook consistently, and keep up to date on and implement all new procedures.

 

Program Administration:
Ensures that information (contact information, allergies, etc.) on parents and children are up to date at all times by using prescribed sign in procedures.
Ensures that parents sign in and out at every visit and that appropriate forms are completed and up to date.

 

YWCA Administration:
Provides excellent customer service, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation. Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.
Attends trainings assigned by the YWCA administration.
Assumes other responsibilities appropriate for the position as requested by the YWCA administration.
Will work with a culturally and economically diverse population of YWCA members, participants, and staff members.
Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual.
Maintains confidentiality at all times regarding information about participants and colleagues.

 

Working Conditions:
Will be in close proximity to children of all ages and may be exposed to childhood illnesses.
Will primarily stand and move about the Drop-in Center during shifts.
Will use professional-grade cleaning solutions.

 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: Will be required to lift children of all ages. Will be engaged in keeping children clean, helping with toileting and diapering. Will be responsible for maintaining the appearance of the room. May be required to lift heavy objects.

 

Night time and weekend hours required.
Hours: M-F 8:00-4:00
Hours: M-F 4pm-8pm and every Saturday

 

Minorities are encouraged to apply. Fluency in Spanish or Russian is desired. Qualified candidates who are fluent in Spanish and English are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

High School diploma or equivalent required.

Please do not call the YWCA to discuss this position.

Application deadline is June 5th.

Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org



Child Care Floater- Full Time, Non-Exempt

YWCA of Asheville & WNC Inc. – Asheville, NC

Position Summary: Child Care Floaters support the operation of the Child Care Center by substituting in classrooms while teachers take breaks or when they are absent or on vacation. Floaters also participate in classroom activities, meal service, and cleaning as needed and assist the Director of Child Care in other activities as needed. The position is full-time (32 hour), year-round, benefit eligible and non-exempt.

 

The YWCA fosters a team environment and seeks employees who are dedicated to promoting our mission: eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:
Follow the schedule set by the Director of Child Care or the Child Care Coordinator and attend classrooms as directed.
Assist in cleaning according to strict guidelines as directed by the teacher being assisted, the Director of Child Care, or the Child Care Coordinator.
Assist in keeping the laundry, art, and utility closets tidy.
Assist with breakfast, lunch, and snack service to the children, modeling an appreciation of good nutrition according to the standards of the Child Care Center.
Assist with administrative tasks as needed.

 

Program Administration:
Records information accurately on appropriate YWCA forms when requested by teachers or the Director of Child Care or Child Care Coordinator.
Remain up-to-date on Child Care regulations as directed by the Director of Child Care, the Child Care Coordinator, or the teacher being assisted in order to assist in maintaining the NC star license.
Attend Staff meetings and trainings as required by the Director of Child Care.

 

YWCA Administration:
Provides excellent customer service, ensuring that all members and participants at the YWCA are welcomed, provided with accurate and complete information, and shown respect and appreciation. Willingly and responsibly facilitates solutions to problems presented by staff, members, and participants.
Attends trainings assigned by the YWCA administration.
Assumes other responsibilities appropriate for the position as requested by the YWCA administration.
Will work with a culturally and economically diverse population of YWCA members, participants, and staff members.
Is responsible for knowing all conditions of employment, including the contents of the YWCA staff policy manual.
Maintains confidentiality at all times regarding information about participants and colleagues.

 

Working Conditions:
Works in direct proximity with children and will be exposed to childhood illnesses.
Will spend a part of each day supervising and participating in outdoor play at all times of the year.

 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: will stand for long periods of time; may occasionally lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes; will be expected to participate in the demands required when working with children under the age of 6 such as bending, lifting, diapering, floor play, leading fitness activities.

 

Qualified candidates who are fluent in Spanish and English are strongly encouraged to apply. High School diploma or equivalent required.
Please do not call the YWCA to discuss this position.

 

Application deadline is June 5th.

Send resume and cover letter to humanresources@ywcaofasheville.org 



 Title: AmeriCorps VISTA 

 YWCA of Asheville and Western North Carolina– Asheville, NC 

Are you passionate about creating change, eliminating racism, empowering women and ensuring that every child is healthy and successful? Do you want to help strengthen the future of an organization with a 108-year history of social justice and community support in Asheville?Underserved, low-income students need a wide spectrum of support to ensure they are successful and to help combat the achievement gap as they progress through Asheville City Schools. The YWCA supports students through three of our programs and this VISTA position will help build the capacity of these programs.  

Benefits:
• Free membership to an onsite, full-service gym with solar-heated pool
• Onsite child care
• Opportunities for training, leadership and skills development
• A diverse and welcoming working environment

Qualifications:
• A strong desire to support the YWCA’s mission of eliminating racism and empowering women
• Meet Americorps VISTA requirements, including a 4-year degree
• Excellent research, writing, & editing skills
• Strong written & oral communication skills
• Experience working in an educational setting or a nonprofit a plus
• Demonstrated ability to think through challenges & brainstorm solutions
• Previous grant writing experience a plus

Skills You’ll Learn or Hone
• Community building
• Nonprofit advocacy
• Needs assessment
• Grant proposal writing
• Grant prospecting
• Budgeting
• Capacity building

The YWCA of Asheville strives to be a leader in the community of Western North Carolina, fully representing its diversity and working for peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people. Each staff member makes the difference. If you share our commitment and passion, and you think you would be a great fit for this position, please submit an application today.  This position will be held in partnership with Asheville City Schools Foundation's Learning Links program and the YWCA of Asheville. 

 Please visit Americorps website to view and apply for the opportunity by May 30th.