Detail : COMMUNITY REENTRY, SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK, WINOOSKI, (VFP-MTV02-18)

  • 01/12/2017
  • 01/12/2018
  • 21 - 99
  • Permanent project

  • SOCI
  • United States
  • WINOOSKI, VT
  • Burlington
  • Aberdeen
  • 2Male - 2Female
  • 4
  • SPECIAL REMARKS: Volunteers must be 21, speak fluent English and have basic computer skills. Absolutely NO alcohol or drug use permitted during the stay. VFP Motivation Form and email interview required. VFP does not provide insurance for volunteers on this project Dismas offers emergency and liability insurance only. Only one international volunteer serves at any time. Volunteers must indicate the dates they are able to serve.

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COMMUNITY REENTRY, SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK, WINOOSKI,

  • The Dismas House provides housing and opportunities to men and women getting out of prison so that they can successfully transition back into the community. http://www.dismasofvermont.org/
  • WORK: Volunteers will be working as a Resident Advisor as well as on administrative tasks in small office. Volunteers are also expected to support the residential community by participating in group activities. STUDY THEME: Criminal JusticeNOTE: Minimum commitment for this project is 3 months.
  • ACCOMMODATION: Shared room in a house, meals and amp; laundry provided. Access to Wi-Fi is also available.
  • LOCATION: Winooski, Vermont. Winooski borders Burlington and has a population of 8,000. There are colleges and universities nearby, the lake and mountains and much to do. Volunteers For Peace is located in Burlington and we welcome the volunteers in our office as well. Dismas has a house in Burlington and Rutland Vermont as well. LEISURE ACTIVITIES: Recreation includes house activities and many festivals and events in area. Volunteers will participate in house outings including baseball games, hikes, camping. Time off for travel may be approved.
  • Skype interview required


There are many types of work available because projects arise from grassroots local community needs. Most projects are 2-3 weeks long. Accommodations vary widely, but usually volunteers share the same living space, doing all their own cleaning and food preparation on a rotating basis.

VFP is a Vermont non-profit corporation with tax exempt status (501 (c) (3), as determinated by the IRS. We are located in Burlington, Vermont which is the largest city with a population of ~40,000. VFP is an Executive Committee member of the Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS) at UNESCO and works in cooperation with Service Civil International (SCI), and the Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organizations. The history of International Voluntary Service dates back more than 85 years. Our office staff, Board, Advisory Board and thousands of volunteers in the field help to facilitate these projects. Within the CCIVS network, over 100,000 volunteers are exchanged annually. VFP was founded in 1982 and since then has exchanged over 28,000 volunteers. http://www.vfp.org/

Contact Organisation

  • Address

    Via Mico Geraci 35

    90125 PALERMO

    Italy

  • Phone

    Local: +39.3939629434

    Mobile: +39.3478289552