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The Washington Service Corps is currently seeking to fill nearly 800 service positions across the state. As part of the federal AmeriCorps program, the Service Corps works in almost all 39 Washington counties, from environmental stewardship or to helping children, adults and veterans prepare for disasters; improve their health; prepare for careers; and increase their computer, financial and basic skills.
Members of the Washington Reading Corps tutor struggling readers, help kids learn to love reading, and plan school and family literacy events.
Those interested must be at least 17 years old and commit to 11-month terms of community service. In return, they receive a modest living allowance, health insurance, help with childcare costs, an educational scholarship and more.
The Reading Corps and Service Corps program year starts in August and September.
KOHO’s Dan Langager talks with Dave Reid, one of their Program Coordinators, about positions open in Chelan, Grant and Kittitas Counties.
Find out more at the Washington Service Corps website or call 888-713-6080.

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