Placement Positions

Placement Positions Directory

Each year, Lutheran Volunteer Corps matches 100-115 full time Volunteers with social justice non-profit organizations across the U.S.

This directory provides an overview of placement positions for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 program years. This list does not reflect the exact positions available for a given program year. About 80% of LVC partner placement organizations re-apply each year and we also have new positions each year that may not yet be on this list.

LVC Applicants see available positions as part of the application and matching process, including more in depth position descriptions. To have the widest choice of positions, apply by our Round 1 January 15th deadline. There are significantly fewer positions available for the Round 2 April 1st deadline. Please contact recruitment@lutheranvolunteercorps.org if you have particular questions about available positions.

Addiction/Recovery

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The Matt Talbot Center was started 28 years ago by a group of businessmen as a totally private funded ministry dedicated to changing lives through joint spirit and social services. We primarily serve the poor and the homeless of the Greater Seattle area. However, we serve clients of every race and denomination, from all parts of the city and county. There is no religious or denominational participation required;however, it is offered for those who are interested. The MTC is a ministry of presence, for the purpose of healing and restoration of individuals and families in the greater Seattle area. The Center's fundamental purpose is to provide individuals and families with the opportunities to overcome obstacles and disabilities hindering self-sufficiency. The Matt Talbot Center exists to meet the needs in spirit, mind, and body of those that come seeking assistance.

The volunteer will provide to individuals information and referrals, they will be responsible for preparing a continental breakfast and lunch for the clients in the program, they will facilitate between one and three classes per week for those in early recovery, they will provide administrative assistance such as answering phones, coordination of monthly newsletters, plan and facilitate weekly outings, assist with fundraisers and community events.

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Seattle WA