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Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining Houston Center for Literacy. HCL strives to create a literate, prepared workforce by building high capacity, effective and top performing literacy agencies and programs throughout the Greater Houston area. Please see below for a list of current employment opportunities.

 

Texas Family Literacy AmeriCorps Members

Primary Purpose of Position:  Texas Family Literacy AmeriCorps is a service program that provides literacy services to adults, children, youth and families in communities in two regions of Texas. The program is directed by the Literacy Coalition of Central Texas [LCCT] and operates out of Austin and Houston.  LCCT, located in Austin, provides fiscal and program oversight as well as partners with non-profits to interview and place members at partner sites in Austin.  Houston Center for Literacy has partnered with local non-profits in order to interview and place members at non-profits within the Houston area.

Salary: Members commit to the 11-month national service program requiring 1700 volunteer hours. Members receive a $12,100 stipend, health care, valuable training and experience, and a $5,550 education award issued at completion of service to help pay student loans or tuition. We strive to build a diverse team of individuals who want to make a commitment to national service. The term of service is effective until June 30, 2014.

Contact: Nicole Harris at nicole.harris@houliteracy.org

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Looking for more job opportunities?

HCL supports the Mayor's Coalition for Literacy, an association of more than 60 organizations offering literacy services throughout the Greater Houston area. View job opportunities at our member organizations by visiting our literacy provider job bank.

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View job opportunities at the Mayor's Coalition for Literacy's member organizations throughout the Greater Houston area.

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Our Vision

HCL strives to create a literate, prepared workforce by building high capacity, effective and top performing literacy agencies and programs throughout the Greater Houston area. This work is done through best practice and resource distribution, advocacy, and volunteer training and placement.