Find the right program for you by browsing service sites by area of interest or populations worked with. From year to year positions change, and ESC does not guarantee particular positions when applying to a program.

Addiction

  • The Road at Church of the Common Ground: Run programs with a street church where many parishioners are experiencing or have experienced homelessness, poverty, addiction, and mental illness.Johnson Service Corps at Freedom House Recovery Center: Work with Halfway House staff to provide life skills education and support to the women who are in residential programs for substance abuse and addiction recovery.
  • Deaconess Anne House at Places for People: Provide case management services directly to clients and/or provides referral to appropriate community resources to clients on mental health, substance abuse, and infectious disease management.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Chrysalis: Provide case management and direct support to low-income and unstably housed clients as they seek the resources and direction necessary to gain employment. 22% of clients have a history of substance abuse. 100% are seeking a second chance.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at St. Joseph Center: Offer support and assistance to low-income and homeless clients in accessing resources and tools for stability, housing, employment, and various services including substance abuse treatment.

Arts

  • The Road at Holy Comforter Church: Serve those who live with mental illness and poverty including work in the gardening and art programs, building friendships, worship assistance, and promotion of the activities and mission.
  • Sycamore House at the Center for Public Humanities at Messiah College: Coordinate community events and mentor student fellows on creative projects like Poetry in Place and Digital Harrisburg.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Delaney Wright Fine Arts Preschool: Serve and support students as they learn through exploration, discovery, and creativity in an arts-based environment that encourages children to be curious and works to spark their natural learning styles.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at The Hive: Create, Coordinate and implement classes focused around art, contemplation and action.

Church

  • The Abraham Project at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church: Support programming and mission of the church; heavy focus on youth ministry.
  • Creation Care at Camp Mokule’ia Episcopal Camp: Lead programming for church groups and school groups in environmental education activities and faith formation activities; continue work developing the camp’s Sustainable Farm.
  • Life Together at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church: Strengthen lay leadership and community life within a vibrant, growing parish and help discern social justice mission initiatives.
  • Life Together at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church: Develop youth, young adult, and Latin@ ministries, and support the growth of leaders across the parish.
  • Life Together at Grace Episcopal Church: Community organize based on interests of churchgoers.
  • Life Together at Church of Our Saviour: Parish-based community organizing and development of youth programs.
  • Life Together at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church: Strengthen existing programs and to create new initiatives that show Christ-like hospitality, in a dynamic gateway city parish just outside Boston.
  • Lawrence House at Christ Church Cathedral: Parish ministry focusing on developing and supporting social justice programs and social media
  • Lawrence House at College Common Cup: bridge campus ministry with 5 campuses and 3 Episcopal parishes.
  • The Road at Holy Comforter Church: Serve those who live with mental illness and poverty including work in the gardening and art programs, building friendships, worship assistance, and promotion of the activities and mission.
  • The Road at Church of the Common Ground: Run programs with a street church where many parishioners are experiencing or have experienced homelessness, poverty, addiction, and mental illness.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Episcopal Diocese of Virginia: Work in areas of Mission & Outreach and Christian Formation.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at St Andrew’s Church: Provide support in all areas of congregational life.
  • Colorado ESC at Jubilee Ministries: Assist in day to day programing in two Jubilee Ministries; interview and highlight diocesan Jubilee Ministries for diocesan newsletter; assist with the public policy advocacy work of the diocese.
  • LEVN at Trinity Cathedral: Minister to children, teenagers, and their families through Sunday school programs, family events, youth group, and children’s church.
  • LEVN at The Belfry: Minister to UC Davis students through assisting with weekly worship, Morning Prayer, Bible Study, and outreach efforts; Light administration duties as assigned.
  • LEVN at St. Francis Episcopal Church of Fair Oaks: Music leadership; coordinate and develop social media and website content; coordinate weekly food program.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):  Strengthen parish relationships with local community members, serve on Sundays and lead ministries as needed.
  • SSJE at the Monastery House: Engage in ministry hospitality and care of house and grounds; participate fully in the liturgical life of the Monastery.
  • SSJE at Grafton House: Participate fully in the liturgical life of Emery House; assist in caring for organic vegetable gardens and animals; practice sustainable agriculture and land management.
  • Texas Episcopal Service Corps with reVision: Missional communities are sacramental and relational outposts for those that cannot, or will not, go to an established church. Work with reVision Houston to establish a missional community amongst the at-risk youth they serve.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Christ Church, New Haven: Participate in the liturgical and prayer life of the parish; assist clergy and parishioners in Sunday worship; receive formation and training in the Anglo Catholic tradition.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Resourceful Communities/The Conservation Fund: Resourceful Communities works within economically distressed but natural resource rich communities to support a network of 500+ faith and community-based groups and resource partners and providing them with free-of-charge capacity building, direct funding through small grants, and facilitated networkingJohnson Service Corps at Inter-Faith Council and United Church of Chapel Hill: This community organizing position connects individuals receiving emergency assistance at IFC’s shelter and soup kitchen, and local congregations to organizing efforts focusing on economic and social justice issues.
  • ESC Maryland with the Diocese of Maryland as intern for Faith and Finance in an asset mapping program encouraging congregations to look at their own business practices and ways of sharing best practices and resources with one another.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at St. Stephen’s Hollywood and St. Mary’s Koreatown: Engage with diverse communities of faith with various opportunities for involvement and lay leadership in youth ministry, young adult formation, urban gardening, and community organizing.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at Church of the Advent: working in the church’s homeless ministry, Open Door, to feed, clothe and serve the homeless and low-income people of the neighborhood.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at Christ Church Cathedral: working in the cafe that seeks to create a place where businessmen and homeless people can interact. Also facilitate weekly dinners for the homeless.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at Calvary Episcopal Church: serving in the children’s Sunday School ministry as well as the Worship Team.

Community Organizing

  • Deaconess Anne House, Missouri Health Care for All: Community Organizing for access to Medicaid and story banking.
  • Life Together at Mothers Out Front: Organize mothers, grandmothers, and caregivers in Massachusetts to take action on climate change.
  • Life Together at Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation: Recruit and train teens in community organizing as social change.
  • Life Together at Grace Episcopal Church: Community organize based on interests of churchgoers.
  • Life Together at MCAN: Provide admin support for organizing efforts as well as facilitate work between various community improvement organizations.
  • Life Together at MSAC: Support many local organizing efforts.
  • Life Together at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church: Build stronger connections with parishes and congregations across the Diocese.
  • Life Together at Church of Our Saviour: Parish-based community organizing and development of youth programs.
  • Life Together at Youth on Board: Organize young people, work and advocate on their behalf, and help facilitate meetings, working groups, and community actions/events.
  • Texas ESC at Avenue CDC: Community development and assisting with the GO Neighborhoods Program to implement community meetings, forums, community projects, and public events related to the program.
  • Deaconess Anne House at Grace Hill Settlement House: Strengthen the strategic vision and transformation of the College Hill Neighborhood in North St. Louis.
  • Sycamore House at Center for Public Humanities of Messiah College: Coordinate community events and mentor student fellows on creative projects like Poetry in Place and Digital Harrisburg.
  • City of Soul at BRIDGES: Work and community-building with organization focused on building diverse, transformative leaders in racial, educational, economic and environmental justice.
  • The Road at Georgia Interfaith Power and Light: Work to engage congregations in campaigns for environmental justice.
  • The Road at 9to5: Organize and work on a living wage campaign, Ban the Box, and other issues affecting women and families.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Resourceful Communities/The Conservation Fund: Resourceful Communities works within economically distressed but natural resource rich communities to support a network of 500+ faith and community-based groups and resource partners and providing them with free-of-charge capacity building, direct funding through small grants, and facilitated networkingJohnson Service Corps at Inter-Faith Council and United Church of Chapel Hill: This community organizing position connects individuals receiving emergency assistance at IFC’s shelter and soup kitchen, and local congregations to organizing efforts focusing on economic and social justice issues.
  • ESC Maryland with the Diocese of Maryland as Intern for Social Justice, working with the Bishop’s Public Policy Advocate.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at The Hive: hosting, creating, developing, and facilitating classes/workshops centered around various social justice issues including racial reconciliation and access to healthy foods.

Education

  • Life Together at Esperanza Academy: Teach and coach at a tuition-free girls school.
  • Life Together at Breakthrough Greater Boston: Develops programs for family engagement as part of BTGB’s comprehensive out-of-school time program for traditionally under-served middle and high school students.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Dress for Success Triangle NC: Work directly with clients as a Career Coach and help clients access other needed resources such as further education and trainingJohnson Service Corps at Book Harvest: Book Harvest is a non-profit organization which serves low-income families and children in Durham and Orange counties. It provides books to children who need them and engages families and communities to promote children’s lifelong literacy and academic success.
  • Creation Care at Camp Mokule’ia Episcopal Camp: Lead programming for church groups and school groups in environmental education activities and faith formation activities; continue work developing the camp’s Sustainable Farm.
  • Sycamore House at Capital Area Head Start: Assist teachers in Head Start classrooms across the city, providing support in the classroom and doing occasional home visits.
  • Sycamore House at Joshua Group: Aide in preschool and kindergarten classrooms, and tutor older students in the after school program.
  • The Road at Path to Shine: Establish new program and develops relationships with children, families, and schools, as well as supports fundraising and grant-writing needs.
  • ESC Maryland at Great Kids Farm: Assist in farming and education and field trip support with children from Baltimore City schools.
  • City of Soul at Emmanuel Center: Community-building at inner-city center providing a safe haven, sports programs, tutoring and mentoring to at-risk children, elementary through high school.
  • City of Soul at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association): Community building and service work with organization whose programs include mentoring high school students to prepare for college.
  • City of Soul at BRIDGES: Community-building and service work with organization building diverse, transformative leaders addressing racial, educational, economic and environmental justice.
  • City of Soul at St. Columba Episcopal Conference and Retreat Center: Lead outreach and service work activities, research and create sustainable plans that encourage an intentional missional relationship with nature and the outdoors; develop three-week overnight camp for 2016.
  • Colorado ESC at Yampatika: Develop and lead environmental learning opportunities for children and adults.
  • Colorado ESC at Work Options for Women: Assist in teaching classes and mentoring women seeking employment.
  • Colorado ESC at Jubilee Ministries: Assist in Asset Based Community Development project and in an after school program in one of Denver’s fastest gentrifying neighborhoods.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Literacy Volunteers Advocate: Address the core, hidden problems of illiteracy by tailoring its program to the thousands of adults in DC who are coping with illiteracy caused by learning challenges.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys: Nurture the spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and artistic development of students in a Christian community of learners that welcomes boys of all faith traditions.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Anna Julia Cooper School: assist in the classroom as well as with administrative tasks throughout the school.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at St. Andrew’s School: assist in the classroom as well as with administrative tasks throughout the school.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Blue Sky Fund: Organize and lead after school activities in outdoor education.
  • LEVN at Computers 4 Kids: Outreach to potential schools and clients; if possible, Spanish/Farsi translation of educational materials.
  • The Road at Emmaus House: Lead education and tutoring programs for children and neighbors and provide social service assistance.
  • Colorado ESC at Boys and Girls Club of Northwest County: Design and lead educational and fun youth-development programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness and belonging.
  • Johnson Service Corps at East Durham Children’s Initiative: Based on the Harlem Children’s Zone, EDCI focuses the highest poverty area of Durham and provides a variety of programs throughout the year to support education, health, and social growth.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Hillsides Education Center: Serve and support at-risk and vulnerable youth as a Teacher’s Assistant for children and youth who have been through the foster system and those who experience  social-emotional, learning, and/or behavior challenges.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Delaney Wright Fine Arts Preschool: Serve and support students as they learn through exploration, discovery, and creativity in an arts-based environment that encourages children to be curious and works to spark their natural learning styles.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Alliance Environmental Science and Technology High School: Provide support and assistance in Special Education, college preparation, and English Language Learning in a school focusing on the development of academically successful and ethical learners who understand their impact and influence on the community and environment.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at Calvary Episcopal Church: serving in the children’s Sunday School ministry as well as the Worship Team.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at The Hive: hosting, creating, developing, and facilitating classes/workshops centered around various social justice issues including racial reconciliation and access to healthy foods.

Environment

  • Creation Care at Camp Mokule’ia: Sustainable farm development.
  • Deaconess Anne House at Earthdance Farms: Coordinate interns and volunteers for farm to table organic farm co-op.
  • Life Together at Mothers Out Front: Organize mothers, grandmothers, and caregivers in Massachusetts to take action on climate change.
  • ESC Maryland at Great Kids Farm: Assist in farming and education and field trip support with children from Baltimore City schools.
  • ESC Maryland with the Diocese of Maryland as Intern for Social Justice, working with the Maryland Episcopal Environmental Partners.
  • SSJE Monastic Intern Program at Grafton House: Sustainable farm development.
  • Colorado ESC at Yampatika: Develop and lead environmental learning opportunities for children and adults.
  • City of Soul at BRIDGES: Community-building and service work with organization building diverse, transformative leaders in racial, educational, economic and environmental justice.
  • City of Soul at St. Columba Episcopal Conference and Retreat Center: Lead outreach and service work activities, research and create sustainable plans that encourage an intentional missional relationship with nature and the outdoors; develop three-week overnight camp for 2016.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Blue Sky Fund: Organize and lead after school activities in outdoor education.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Anathoth Community Garden: Anathoth is a non-profit organization in Cedar Grove, NC which has a mission of cultivating peace by using good food and sustainable agriculture to connect people with their neighbors, the land, and God.
  • The Road at Georgia Interfaith Power and Light: Work to engage congregations in campaigns for environmental justice.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Alliance Environmental Science and Technology High School: Provide support and assistance in Special Education, college preparation, and English Language Learning in a school focusing on the development of academically successful and ethical learners who understand their impact and influence on the community and environment.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at their community house: maintaining the garden and using the harvested food to create community meals or to give the food away.

Food Justice

  • The Abraham Project: Working with a Food Insecurity program through our local Children’s Hospital
  • Johnson Service Corps at Club Nova: Culinary activities with and case management of people with persistent mental illness.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Anathoth Community Gardens: Anathoth is a non-profit organization in Cedar Grove, NC which has a mission of cultivating peace by using good food and sustainable agriculture to connect people with their neighbors, the land, and God.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Resourceful Communities/The Conservation Fund: Resourceful Communities works within economically distressed but natural resource rich communities to support a network of 500+ faith and community-based groups and resource partners and providing them with free-of-charge capacity building, direct funding through small grants, and facilitated networking.
  • Life Together at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church: Support Food Pantry Ministry; deepen connection with local youth.
  • Lawrence House at FoodWorks: Teach life skills in the context of food-based programs for people with barriers to education.
  • Lawrence House at Cathedral in the Night: Ecumenical street ministry working with homeless and veteran populations as well as connecting with local congregations who support the worship and feeding components of the ministry.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Community Soup Kitchen: Assist with daily operations and management of a large urban soup kitchen; work closely with senior staff and volunteers in the daily feeding of two hundred people.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):  Ohio Association of Foodbanks: Collect stories from those affected by hunger and relay them to politicians statewide in an effort to impact legislation on food justice issues.
  • The Road at Emmaus House Chapel and Community Center: Manage food pantry, work with youth, and assist with worship at the Chapel
  • Deaconess Anne House at Earthdance Farms: Coordinate interns and volunteers for farm to table organic farm co-op.
  • Colorado ESC at Cooking Matters: Lead classes with at risk families and seniors to develop tools to eat healthily on a limited income; Provide grocery store tours to help same population shop well on a budget.
  • City of Soul at St. Columba Episcopal Conference and Retreat Center: Lead outreach and service work activities, research and create sustainable plans that encourage an intentional missional relationship with nature and the outdoors; develop three-week overnight camp for 2016.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Capital Area Food Bank: Acquire food and distribute it through our network of member agencies; educate, empower, and enlighten the community about the issues of hunger and nutrition.
  • ESC MD at Great Kids Farm: GKF intern assists and leads field trips from Baltimore City Schools, to learn where food comes from, and more specifically where the school salad bar produce is grown.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at the Hope Garden at St. Stephen’s Hollywood: Lead efforts to maintain, expand, and innovate the urban community garden at St. Stephen’s Hollywood. Manage the care, harvest, sale, and donation of seedlings and garden produce while working closely with community initiatives and ministries including the LA Diocese’ Food Justice ministry, Seeds of Hope.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at Gabriel’s Place: doing urban farming in a food desert or writing grants and creating workshops teaching cooking and healthy eating habits.

Health

  • The Abraham Project at HealthCare Access: Connect uninsured individuals and families with healthcare.
  • The Abraham Project at SECU Family House: Offer care and support to families experiencing a serious, long-term illness.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):   Mount Carmel Healthy Living Center: MCHLC delivers care to Franklinton residents through facilitating programs and acting as a resource and referral center. MCHLC has wellness initiatives aimed at body, mind, and soul.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):   at Ohio Association of Foodbanks: Advocacy on the state and national level urging legislators to allocate funding for fresh grown local foods to food pantries and for extending health benefits to the most vulnerable.
  • Deaconess Anne House at Grace Hill Settlement House: Coordinate trainings, workshops, health fairs.
  • Deaconess Anne House: Missouri Healthcare for All: coordinate story banking and advocacy for healthcare access.
  • Lawrence House at Western Mass Recovery Learning Community: Peer support as well as interactions with hospitals to enable mental health in secular setting.
  • Life Together at The Family Van: Develop and implement strategies to increase engagement with mobile health clinic in under-served neighborhoods.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Threshold: Provide psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness through participation in the work-ordered day, vocational rehabilitation, and social/recreational programs.
  • Johnson Service Corps at The Seymour Center: Robert and Pearl Seymour Center provides leadership in planning and operating a system of integrated aging services through state of the art senior centers, serving as focal points for coordinated community and individualized programs designed to educate seniors and their families and maximize the health, well-being, community engagement, and independence of older adults at all functional levels
  • Johnson Service Corps at The Seymour Senior Center: Co-lead programming for adults with dementia so that caregivers can have a day off–wellness for all.
  • The Road at Holy Comforter Church: Serve those who live with mental illness and poverty including work in the gardening and art programs, building friendships, worship assistance, and promotion of the activities and mission.
  • The Road at Church of the Common Ground: Run programs with a street church where many parishioners are experiencing or have experienced homelessness, poverty, addiction, and mental illness.
  • The Road at Frazer Center: Provide care, training, and instruction for adults with physical and mental challenges in the areas of recreation and leisure, daily living skills, vocational skills and community integration.
  • Deaconess Anne House at Places for People: Provide provide occupational and basic therapeutic assistance to clients with mental illness seeking to regain permanent housing.
  • Colorado ESC at Cooking Matters: Lead classes with at risk families and seniors to develop tools to eat healthily on a limited income; Provide grocery store tours to help same population shop well on a budget.
  • Texas ESC at H.A.N.D. (Helping the Aging, Needy, and Disabled): Provide services to older adults and people with disabilities that allow them to continue living independently.
  • Sycamore House at CONTACT Helpline: Coordinate volunteers and field calls at a 24-hour listening, health and human service referral hotline that supports people’s emotional needs via counseling, as well as physical needs like food and clothing through direct referrals.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Jubilee Consortium: Lead outreach efforts to increase attendance at free and affordable fitness and nutrition classes offered by Jubilee. Provide resources and tools to assist communities in pursuing health justice and equity.

Homelessness

  • The Abraham Project: Serving heavily in our church’s homeless women’s shelter which operates December- April.
  • ESC Maryland at Project PLASE (People Lacking Adequate Shelter and Employment): Direct work finding housing, employment, and other resources for clients experiencing homelessness.
  • Lawrence House at Cathedral in the Night: Ecumenical street ministry working with veteran populations and people experiencing homelessness as well as connecting with local congregations who support the worship and feeding components of the ministry.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at New Reach: Coordinate housing and benefits for a women and children’s shelter; assist shelter residents in transitional housing programs and services.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Columbus House: Help people experiencing homelessness find housing, food, and other services.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Community Soup Kitchen: Assist with daily operations and management of a large urban soup kitchen; work closely with senior staff and volunteers in the daily feeding of two hundred people.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):  at Coalition for Homelessness & Housing: Assist with marketing, advocacy efforts, and database analysis.
  • The Road at Church of the Common Ground: Run programs with a street church where many parishioners are experiencing or have experienced homelessness, poverty, addiction, and mental illness.
  • The Road at L’Arche: Serve adults with disabilities in a residential setting.
  • City of Soul at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association): Community-building and service work with organization whose programs include Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing.
  • Colorado ESC at Urban Peak: Assist in case management and housing programs for youth ages 15 through 24 experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Sasha Bruce Youthwork: Improve the lives of runaway, homeless, abused, and neglected and at-risk youth and their families in the Washington area.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Club Nova: Club Nova Community, Inc. serves adults living in Orange County that are living at or below poverty level.
  • Sycamore House at Habitat for Humanity: Building and project coordination in the field, volunteer coordination in the office, and provide services to the partner families.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Chrysalis: Provide case management and direct support to low-income and unstably housed clients as they seek the resources and direction necessary to gain employment. 22% of clients have a history of substance abuse. 100% are seeking a second chance.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at St. Joseph Center: Offer support and assistance to low-income and homeless clients in accessing resources and tools for stability, housing, employment, and various services including substance abuse treatment.

Housing

  • The Abraham Project: Assisting formerly homeless women into permanent housing.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at New Reach: Coordinate housing and benefits for a women and children’s shelter.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Columbus House: Help people experiencing homelessness find housing, food, and other services.
  • Confluence Year at Coalition for Homelessness and Housing: Assist with marketing, advocacy efforts, and database analysis.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):  at Community Refugee & Immigration Services: Assist in leasing housing for refugee families relocated to Columbus, OH, and furnishing the home.
  • Lawrence House at SafePassage: Case management, data collection, fundraising support for organization providing support and shelter for victims of domestic violence.
  • LEVN at Lutheran Social Services of Northern California: Coordinating permanent housing for former foster youth.
  • City of Soul at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association): Community-building and service work with organization whose programs include Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing.
  • Texas ESC at Avenue Community Development Organization: Assist in developing affordable housing and economic opportunities, while preserving neighborhood’s cultural, economic, and historic diversity.
  • The Road at L’Arche: Serve adults with disabilities in a residential setting.
  • The Road at Habitat for Humanity: Lead groups of volunteers, new homeowner support groups, involvement in city neighborhood planning,  and work on constructing new homes.
  • Johnson Service Corp at Center for Responsible Lending: CRL is a non-profit, non-partisan research and policy organization dedicated to protecting homeownership and family wealth. They are an affiliate of SELF-HELP, one of the largest community development financial institutions in the country.
  • ESC Maryland at Project PLASE (People Lacking Adequate Shelter and Employment): Direct work finding housing, employment, and other resources for clients experiencing homelessness.
  • Sycamore House at Habitat for Humanity: Building and project coordination in the field, volunteer coordination in the office, and provide services to the partner families.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Chrysalis: Provide case management and direct support to low-income and unstably housed clients as they seek the resources and direction necessary to gain employment and stability.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at St. Joseph Center: Offer support and assistance to low-income and homeless clients in accessing resources and tools for stability, housing, employment, and various services including substance abuse treatment, meal programs, and mental health services.
  • Brendan’s Crossing at Church of the Advent: working in the church’s homeless ministry, Open Door, to feed, clothe and serve the homeless and low-income people of the neighborhood.
  • Brendan’s Crossing at Christ Church Cathedral: working in the cafe that seeks to create a place where businessmen and homeless people can interact. Also facilitate weekly dinners for the homeless.

Immigrant/Refugee Services

  • ESC Maryland at Lutheran Immigration and Relief Services: Network between agencies and congregations to welcome and support immigrants at the national LIRS headquarters in Baltimore.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Uniting NC: Uniting NC envisions a state and a nation in which all people, including immigrants, have the opportunity to reach their greatest potential, engage with their community, and fully contribute their talents, expanding prosperity and well-being for all. Uniting NC is a Durham-based non-profit that works to ensure that low-income communities have the support they need to achieve their American Dream and give back to their communities.
  • Life Together at Irish International Immigrant Center: Implement communications strategies and special projects of multi-service agency for immigrants from Ireland and around the world.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):   at Community Refugee & Immigration Services: Welcome immigrant and refugee families, prepare their home, and assist with transportation in their first 90 days in the United States.
  • The Road at Refugee Resettlement Services: Provide employment services and case management, as well as lead group English language classes and employment orientations on a weekly basis.
  • Texas ESC at YMCA International Services: Deliver client-centered programs to refugees, immigrants and other vulnerable populations to advance their economic independence, social integration and civic participation.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Uniting NC: Work on Outreach and Communications or, if you know computer programming, mentor immigrants enrolled in the Code the Dream program!
  • Saint Hilda’s House at Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS): Support refugees, host families, and congregations throughout the State of Connecticut; participate in the resettlement process of African and Middle Eastern refugees.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Brendan’s Crossing) at the Diocese of Southern Ohio’s Latino Ministry: serving immigrant families by tutoring children after school and helping their parents with language skills and other resources.

Legal Services

  • The Road at Georgia Justice Project: On-going interaction with clients and exposure to the legal system; attend court, visit jails and prisons and assist clients.
  • City of Soul at the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office: Service work and community/relationship-building.
  • City of Soul at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association): Community-building and service work with organization whose programs include service and advocacy for senior citizens.
  • Johnson Service Corps at The Compass Center for Women and Families: . Compass Center’s services include career and financial education, domestic violence crisis and prevention programs, assistance with legal resources, and youth health programs.
  • Johnson Service Center at The Center for Responsible Lending: CRL focuses on fighting consumer predatory lending practices. It uses research to develop reasonable, practical policy solutions which they share with advocates and policymakers interested in reforming lending practices at the state or federal level.
  • Texas ESC at YMCA International Services: Deliver client-centered programs to refugees, immigrants and other vulnerable populations to advance their economic independence, social integration and civic participation.

LGBTQ

  • Johnson Service Corps at The Compass Center: Compass Center serves women, men and children in the greater Triangle area regardless of ethnic origin, race, sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, religion, physical or mental ability, or socioeconomic status. The center helps clients determine their options, providing information and resources so they can feel empowered to make the choice that is right for them going forward

Prison/Formerly Incarcerated

  • The Road at Georgia Justice Project: On-going interaction with clients and exposure to the legal system; attend court, visit jails and prisons and assist clients.
  • City of Soul at the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office: Service work and community/relationship-building.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Offender Aid and Restoration: Administer programs aimed at restoring offenders to the community as productive and responsible citizens and also coordinates the court mandated community service component.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Chrysalis: Provide case management and direct support to low-income and unstably housed clients as they seek the resources and direction necessary to gain employment. 57% of clients are formerly incarcerated. 100% are seeking a second chance.

Racial Reconciliation

  • City of Soul at BRIDGES: Community-building and service work with organization building diverse, transformative leaders in racial, educational, economic and environmental justice.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):   at Community Refugee & Immigration Services: Support the Refugee Speakers Bureau, a group of recently arrived refugees trained as public speakers to be sent out into the community to share about the refugee and immigrant experience.
  • ESC-MD with the Diocese of Maryland as Intern for Social Justice, working with Trail of Souls and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of the Diocese.

Violence Prevention and Intervention

  • ESC Maryland at House of Ruth: Provide support services for women in intimate partner abuse situations (recruiting for this position 2017-2018)
  • Johnson Service Corps at The Compass Center for Women and Families: Compass Center for Women and Families helps people navigate their journey to self-sufficiency, safety, and health. Compass Center serves women, men and children in the greater Triangle area. Their services include career and financial education, domestic violence crisis and prevention programs, assistance with legal resources, and youth health programs.
  • Lawrence House at SafePassage: Case management, data collection, fundraising support for organization providing support and shelter for victims of domestic violence.
  • Life Together at Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence: Support volunteer engagement, communications, and development work of multi-religious organization working to end intimate partner violence and elder abuse.
  • City of Soul at the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office: Service work and community and relationship-building.
  • Texas Episcopal Service Corps with reVision: Missional communities are sacramental and relational outposts for those that cannot, or will not, go to an established church. Work with reVision Houston to establish a missional community amongst the at-risk youth they serve.

Worker Ministry

  • ESC Maryland at Baltimore International Seafarers Center: Welcome international cargo ship crews by visiting them on deck (recruiting for this position for 2017-2018).
  • Colorado ESC at Lift-Up of Routt County: Help low-income Routt County families with emergency assistance and directing clients towards opportunities for economic self-sufficiency.
  • Colorado ESC at Work Options for Women: Assist in job training program for women in food service, teach classes, and assist with resume writing and job search.
  • Colorado ESC at Women’s Bean Project: Assist on production line and in shipping for job training and empowerment program; assist with teaching classes in the spring.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Chrysalis: Provide case management and direct support to low-income and unstably housed clients as they seek the resources and direction necessary to gain employment and stability.

Youth

  • The Abraham Project: Assisting an area Foster and Adoption agency in supervising placement of children and managing their cases.
  • The Abraham Project at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church: Support programming and mission of the church; heavy focus on youth ministry.
  • Life Together at Press Pass TV: Coordinate mentoring and college prep program and Media Leadership Institute for nonprofit using media arts to provide meaningful employment and education for youth living in low-income neighborhoods.
  • Life Together at Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation: Recruit and train teens in community organizing as social change.
  • Life Together at Church of Our Saviour: Parish-based community organizing and development of youth programs.
  • Life Together at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church: Support Food Pantry Ministry; deepen connection with local youth.
  • Life Together at Youth on Board: Organize young people, work and advocate on their behalf, and help facilitate meetings, working groups, and community actions/events.
  • ESC Maryland at Great Kids Farm: Assist in farming and hosting youth groups learning about farming.
  • Lawrence House at 5 College Common Cup: Campus ministry supporting innovative formation and service with 5 campuses.
  • Saint Hilda’s House at New Reach: Coordinate housing and benefits for a women and children’s shelter.
  • Johnson Service Corps at Book Harvest: Book Harvest is a non-profit organization which serves low-income families and children in Durham and Orange counties. It provides books to children who need them and engages families and communities to promote children’s lifelong literacy and academic success.
  • Johnson Service Corps at East Durham Children’s Initiative: EDCI provides children and families in the EDCI Zone with a pipeline of high-quality services including a low-cost preschool, out-of-school learning programs, in-school literacy interventions, parent and family support, health and nutrition services, and more.
  • Sycamore House at Capital Area Head Start: Assist teachers in Head Start classrooms across the city, providing support in the classroom and doing occasional home visits.
  • Sycamore House at Joshua Group: Aide in preschool and kindergarten classrooms, and tutor older students in the after school program.
  • The Road at Emmaus House Chapel and Community Center: Manage food pantry, work with youth, and assist with worship at the Chapel.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Blue Sky Fund: Educational officer who works directly with children.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at St Andrew’s School: Work directly with children, in particular serving as classroom aide for K-1st grade.
  • Grace-on-the-Hill at Anna Julia Cooper School: Work directly with children, classroom aide, after school help, and drive the bus.
  • Colorado ESC at LiftUp of Routt County: Work with each of the 5 member staff to assist in building capacity within their specific focus areas in a youth partnership organization.
  • Colorado ESC at Boys and Girls Club of Northwest County: Design and lead educational and fun youth-development programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness and belonging.
  • Colorado ESC at Urban Peak: Assist in case management and housing programs for youth ages 15 through 24 experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
  • LEVN at Lutheran Social Service of Northern California: Administration and program responsibilities with former foster youth in a social services setting.
  • LEVN at Trinity Cathedral: Minister to children, teenagers, and their families through Sunday school programs, family events, youth group, and children’s church.
  • LEVN at The Belfry: Minister to UC Davis students through assisting with weekly worship, Morning Prayer, Bible Study, and outreach efforts; Light administration duties as assigned.
  • City of Soul at St. Columba Episcopal Conference and Retreat Center: Lead outreach and service work activities, research and create sustainable plans that encourage an intentional missional relationship with nature and the outdoors; develop three-week overnight camp for 2016.
  • City of Soul at Emmanuel Center: Community-building at inner-city center providing a safe haven, sports programs, tutoring and mentoring to at-risk children, elementary through high school.
  • City of Soul at MIFA (Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association): Community-building and service work with organization whose programs include mentoring high school students to prepare them for college.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Sasha Bruce Youthwork: Improve the lives of runaway, homeless, abused, and neglected and at-risk youth and their families in the Washington area.
  • Trinity Volunteer Corps at Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys: Nurture the spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and artistic development of students in a Christian community of learners that welcomes boys of all faith traditions.
  • Texas Episcopal Service Corps with reVision: Missional communities are sacramental and relational outposts for those that cannot, or will not, go to an established church. Work with reVision Houston to establish a missional community amongst the at-risk youth they serve.
  • Johnson Service Corps at East Durham Children’s Initiative: Based on the Harlem Children’s Zone, EDCI focuses the highest poverty area of Durham and provides a variety of programs throughout the year to support education, health, and social growth.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Hillsides Education Center: Serve and support at-risk and vulnerable youth as a Teacher’s Assistant for children and youth who have been through the foster system and those who experience  social-emotional, learning, and/or behavior challenges.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program at Alliance Environmental Science and Technology High School: Provide support and assistance in Special Education, college preparation, and English Language Learning in a school focusing on the development of academically successful and ethical learners who understand their impact and influence on the community and environment.
  • Episcopal Urban Intern Program with the Program Group for Youth Ministry: Connect with local youth and young adult ministries to help build and organize a network for the growth of youth programs and services in The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.
  • Southern Ohio ESC (Confluence Year):  at Homeless Families Foundation coordinating sixty adult volunteers for tutoring for low income and transitionally housed elementary school children.