Position Openings

Volunteer Tennessee is an Employer of National Service
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Volunteer Tennessee encourages AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other National Service alumni to apply for position openings.  Volunteer Tennessee is committed to employing National Service alumni whenever possible.

Volunteer Tennessee is proud to be a Charter Member of Employers of National Service.  Employers of National Service builds a talent pipeline which connects AmeriCorps and Peace Corps alumni with leading employers from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to create recruitment, hiring, and advancement opportunities.  Through this initiative, employers will have increased access to a dedicated, highly-qualified, and mission-oriented pool of potential employees.


 


Staff Openings:

There are no staff openings at this time.


Intern Openings:

Volunteer Tennessee seeks an energetic and organized intern to help in the planning and coordination of the Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism and Service-Learning.  This statewide conference brings together leaders of change to encourage meaningful collaboration across different service sectors.  Interns would be involved in coordinating conference working groups, planning conference events, working with speakers, volunteers and other event staff.  Interns must have excellent communication and organization skills and a heart for service.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Managing social media for the conference
  • Promoting youth involvement
  • Coordinating Conference Working Groups
  • Being a hand on deck during the conference
  • Other Conference Tasks as Needed
  • Conference Follow-Up

To apply for an internship at Volunteer Tennessee, please download the Internship Application and return to Jim Snell at jim.snell@tn.gov.


Persons interested in future staff or internship opportunities at the commission are encouraged to email a resume and cover letter to volunteer.tennessee@tn.gov.