AmeriCorps

We have officially filled our AmeriCorps spots for the 2013-2014 service year. Check back here for updates and future opportunities!

Jackie Randazzo - Volunteer Services VISTA

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Jackie Randazzo is thrilled to be one of the AmeriCorps VISTA members this year with Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis! Jackie is a native of St. Louis, and to answer the famous question, she went to Nerinx Hall High School. She graduated from Indiana University in 2012 with a Masters in Public Affairs, concentrating in Environmental Policy. She has interned and volunteered with a wide array of organizations, including The Wilderness Society, the Sierra Club, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and the St. Louis Science Center. In her free time, Jackie is most likely watching soccer, sampling a new restaurant, reading, or developing her photography skills.

This year, Jackie will serve with the Volunteer Services Department. Her goal is to improve the overall volunteer experience. Specifically, she will evaluate the current volunteer program, improve the orientation process, implement an enhanced volunteer tracking system, and further develop appreciation methods. HFHSL relies tremendously on their volunteers. Jackie is eager to take on these tasks to ensure the outstanding work of Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis continues to thrive.

Ebony Sherod - Family Services VISTA

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Ebony Sherod is this year’s AmeriCorps VISTA member working with Family Services here at Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis. She graduated from Webster University in 2011, with a Masters in Public Relations. Ebony is native to St. Louis and is an alum of Lutheran High School South. She has worked with United Way of Greater St. Louis and The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, working in fundraising, resource development, event planning, and networking.

In her free time Ebony enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her favorite hobbies include; volunteering, playing and watching sports, running half marathons, watching movies and TV shows, scrapbooking and reading.

Throughout this year Ebony will be creating and developing a Homeowner Ambassador Committee. Through this committee she will help members from the communities in which HFHSL has worked, to bring them together to further the mission of HFHSL and create better communities to live in.

“I am so excited about this year. Through AmeriCorps I have been granted the opportunity to work with Habitat for Humanity, one of my favorite nonprofits, and focus on helping to further develop these communities and inspire people to take action so they can live better lives.”

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