Monday, August 07, 2017

United Way is Hiring Young Leaders

From: Lydia Landrey
To: Alisa Kessel

Dear Alisa,

Thanks to the advocacy of community influencers like you, United Way of King County has connected hundreds of people to high-impact service opportunities across our community. While advancing key on anti-poverty and family stability programs, United Way AmeriCorps members gain invaluable professional development and work experience, earn a living stipend and $5,775 Education Award, and build a network of like minded leaders. I want to thank you for your partnership in raising the visibility of these high-impact positions - and helping young people launch careers with a year of service.

My team is hiring for two direct service programs this fall, and I would love your help connecting with standout students, great volunteers, or emerging leaders you've recently worked with. We are hiring on a rolling basis, with positions filling quickly in neighborhoods across King County.

Will you please help me forward the following full-time positions to folks in your network? Or, if you'd like someone to come speak with a class or group you support, please let me know right away - as an alumna who launched her career with one of these programs, I'd be happy to come share from my experience!

Grateful for your help,

Lydia Landrey,
AmeriCorps Alumna |

United Way is Hiring. Join our effort in changing our community!

Read about the available positions by clicking on any of the links below. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.