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Board Vacancy Notice for ServeWyoming

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ServeWyoming is accepting Board/Commissioner applications through Feb 15, 2022 for two openings across the state. The Board is a committed and engaged group who work together to move our mission forward of bringing people together through service.

The Board reviews and makes recommendations regarding AmeriCorps funding and approving policies.

Eligible candidates should have a passion for service. Other helpful criteria include one of the following: public servant, business owner, nonprofit leader, AmeriCorp/PeaceCorps alumni, military veteran, financially minded, youth services, public official or from the volunteer sector.

For more information on applying to ServeWyoming: the Governor’s Commission for Service and Volunteerism, please contact Shelly@servewyoming.org.

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About ServeWyoming:

The ServeWyoming (SWY) improves lives and strengthens Wyoming communities through volunteerism. We are committed to increasing the number of people engaged in meaningful volunteer opportunities across Wyoming that are both fulfilling for the volunteers and that meet critical needs in our community.

Since 1994, over 4,000 Wyoming AmeriCorps members have been providing intensive, results-driven service to meet emergency, educational, environmental, public safety, veteran and military family services and other pressing needs across the state. In addition, we provide a statewide volunteer center engaging upwards of 4,500 general volunteers in Wyoming service.

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