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Part time job helping your community available!

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Social Capital Inc.’s (SCI) Vaccine Equity and Access Program (VEAP) is looking to hire four part-time Leaders, one from each of the following communities:

  • Malden
  • Everett
  • Lynn
  • Woburn

Responsibilities: Leaders will be responsible for reaching people within their communities to talk about the importance of vaccination against COVID-19 and the Flu. We will ask Leaders to use their personal connections (church communities, school-based organizations, work relationships, etc.) as well as reach out to strangers / new groups/organizations to achieve their goals. This includes:

  • Making phone calls
  • Writing emails
  • Going door-to-door
  • Tabling at community events
  • Posting on social media, including local facebook groups/online publications
  • Distributing and posting fliers

Expected hours: We would like people who can work at least 20 hours per month, but are able to pay for up to 50 hours per month (i.e. 10 to 15 hours per week). Hours are at the convenience of the Leader. Availability to work outside traditional hours and on weekends is helpful for outreach activities.

Compensation: $25/hr

Requirements: All Leaders will be expected to commit to 20 hours per month of outreach and report on that outreach to the VEAP Coordinator. 

Applicants will be required to show that they are eligible to work in the United States.

Preferences: We have a strong preference for Leaders who are bilingual and can speak one of the following languages in addition to English

  • Haitian Creole
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

Additionally, we are looking for people:

  • With strong interpersonal/community connections
  • Who are comfortable working independently or under direction
  • Are comfortable talking about the benefits of vaccines

Start Date: As soon as possible!

If you are interested in applying to be a VEAP Leader, please email Vitalie

Categories: VEAP

David Crowley

David Crowley founded SCI in Woburn, his hometown, in 2002. Under his leadership, SCI has grown to serve 20 communities in the region while continuing to make a difference in Woburn. Prior to SCI, David was the Executive Director of Boston-based Generations Inc. (now Literations). He has been involved in AmeriCorps since the program began in 2003, and served as the founding Director of the Kentucky Community Service Commission, which oversees the program for the state. David currently serves as Steering Committee Chair for the CHNA 15 regional healthy communities network. David graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Government. Unsure of his long term plans, and after many service activities in college, David set out to do a year of service in rural Kentucky, which began his career in service! In his free time, he enjoys cooking for his family, reading and walking nearby Horn Pond. He also shares his kitchen creations on his food & wine blog, Cooking Chat.

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