Vermont State Employees Credit Union https://www.vsecu.com/
Rutland, VT - Member Service Consultant –
The VSECU Member Service
Consultant serves members through personal contact, to assist with a wide
range of financial transactions, provide information, and resolve problems
related to products and services.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Serve members by courteously,
conscientiously, and accurately performing transactions related to current
accounts, opening new accounts and sharing information to help members identify
products and services to meet their needs and make best use of VSECU
* Perform tasks related to deposit
accounts, including opening and closing share, share draft, special shares,
money market, certificates of deposit, and individual retirement accounts;
assist with balance inquiries, deposits and withdrawals, transfers, balancing;
research questions and resolve problems.
* Perform tasks related to credit
card accounts, including providing and handling applications, assisting with
account inquiries, lost cards, pin numbers, payments and other steps to assist
* Perform other duties as assigned.
This is a paid internship.
Homeless Prevention Center –http://hpcvt.org/
Rutland, VT - Marketing Assistant - The
Homeless Prevention Center assists individuals and families that are facing
homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, find safe, affordable and
sustainable housing. They are looking for an intern to help them initiate
and create an on-going marketing campaign, to promote the programs of their
agency. Intern will also assist with the development and maintenance of a new
Rutland County Parent Child Center, Rutland,
VT – http://rcpcc.org/
Overnight Teen Housing Resident
Advisor - RCPCC is in need of Resident Advisor
for their POISE Program. In exchange for a rent free one bedroom
apartment (includes heat, electric, phone and wifi), an intern would provide
late night support to the youth in their housing complex. Complete training is
provided for this position.
POISE is a two phase program divided
into POISE I and POISE II.
POISE I is a housing program for
pregnant/parenting youth 16 to their 22 birthday. Parents are housed in a 9
unit facility for an 18 month transitional period. This program is structured
and has intensive case management and support. During their time living at
POISE I, parents are held accountable for their choices and actions in a
supportive environment, learning pride in their space and respect for other’s
property. A Budget Meeting is held every week and the parents go food shopping
every Friday. POISE I also has a Residential Advisory Board that meets to
discuss policy changes, community service, and community building activities.
POISE II consists of 4 apartments for
parents transitioning from POISE I. In this phase parents live more
independently but still have monthly case management and support available when
needed, laying the foundation for independent living. This program focuses on
empowering youth and developing the skills necessary for successful daily