See below resources that focus on our values of simple living, social and ecological justice, community, and spirituality and reflection.
Terminology & Resources
- Black Lives Matter Reading List
- Diversity & Social Justice Terminology compiled by Arizona State University – Intergroup Relations Center, National Conference for Community and Justice, Oregon State University, Suffolk University—Boston, The McCune Foundation, and The National Center for Transgender Equality
- Do You Speak Ignatian? Jesuit & Ignatian Terminology compiled by Xavier University
Locale Specific Information
Community & Spirituality Night Resources
This is a living list of ideas to add to your Community & Spirituality Night Resources- here are a few resources to get you started- this is a living list that needs your help! In addition to the resources here, utilize “Justice Starts at Home”- the file is too large to host here, but use the paper copy you received at Orientation. Need another copy? Let your PC know! Does your community have a resource that you used that you’d like to add? Email the resource to JV Program Manager, Sarah Jones, email@example.com.
White Supremacist Culture
- White Supremacy Culture Characteristics (from dismantlingracism.org)
- Facilitator’s Guide
- Handout for Participants
I Am Poem
2018 Advent Gift
Performance Measures Resources
Thank you for your efforts in helping JVC Northwest track the impact of JV AmeriCorps members’ service!
Capacity Building Instructions & Tools
The capacity building menu can be used to generate project ideas to help meet the identified needs in particular program areas. The AmeriCorps members planning form, completion form, and Site Supervisor Confirmation form help us track and report back to the Corporation of National and Community service the great service being completed at your sites.
Organizational Assessment 2019-20
Capacity Building Data Collection Instructions: This brief document for JV AmeriCorps members and Site Supervisors outlines due dates, role responsibilities and basic logistics for submitting data to JVC Northwest.
- Capacity Building Menu: for your reference.
- Planning Form: (electronic) AmeriCorps members submit
- Completion Form (electronic) AmeriCorps members submit
- Confirmation Form (electronic) Site Supervisor Submits to officially approve the completion of the project
- Capacity Building Project Form Packet 2019-20 (will be added when available) This packet contains hard copies of the planning and completion forms. In order to reduce the amount of data entry and speed up the analysis of results, JVC Northwest preferences that JV AmeriCorps members submit planning and completion forms electronically using the above Google forms. If that is a hardship or not possible due to technological limitations, please feel free to scan and email or mail in the hard copy forms.
Elevator pitch! Please develop and practice your own “elevator pitch.” Here are instructions for how you can craft your own The JVC Northwest Elevator Pitch. Consider writing your elevator pitch as part of a community activity.
The elevator pitch activity was adapted from the Idealist.org Guide to Nonprofit Careers for First-Time Job Seekers.
A companion guide, Service Corps to Social Impact Career, is also available and includes more specific tips for folks engaged in a term of service.