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United Way of Northern Utah is a great place to work!

Join our team and help us build strong, vibrant communities in Northern Utah. We offer competitive salaries and wages, a generous benefits package, a team-oriented work environment, flexible schedules, and a culture that combines meaningful work with a cooperative atmosphere.


  • United Way of Northern Utah seeks a knowledgeable, energetic, and dynamic leader who will guide United Way’s NonProfit Connection, working to generate increasingly meaningful growth and results for nonprofit organizations in Northern Utah.

  • The Office Specialist is responsible for greeting all visitors, answering phone calls, assisting with immediate building tenant needs, scheduling meeting spaces, and preparing for meetings. Assist with administrative support to departments, general IT requests and other projects as needed.

  • United Way of Northern Utah is investing in the role of Community School Coordinator to support community school efforts in the Northern Utah community. The overall goal of this position is ensuring that students’ basic needs (food, housing, physical and mental health) are met so that students can increase their overall proficiency in math and reading, get on track to graduate from high school, and move on to be successful in post-secondary education and a solid career.

  • AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • This is a position as an AmeriCorps member. AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. The Welcome Baby Program is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers, and offers people of all ages the opportunity to provide valuable service to families and their young children in their community while gaining job experience and valuable life skills.

  • AmeriCorps Student Success Coordinators (also called “AmeriCorps Members”) provide
    one-on-one support for at-risk students to help them improve grades, get tutoring assistance as needed, recover credits, increase attendance, get on track for high school graduation, and learn about post-high school options including college, trade school and career. They work with counselors, administrators and teachers to determine which students could benefit from the program and discuss the needs of each student enrolled in the program in an ongoing manner. In addition to providing mentoring themselves, AmeriCorps members bring in community volunteers to provide everything from college and career awareness events to regular tutoring and mentoring.

  • AmeriCorps Student Success Coordinators (also called “AmeriCorps Members”) set up tutoring and mentoring programs in their assigned elementary school and recruit, train and schedule volunteers to work one-on-one with struggling students in literacy or other areas in grades K-6. They work with counselors, administrators and teachers to determine which students could benefit from the program and discuss the needs of each student enrolled in the program in an ongoing manner. In addition to providing tutoring and mentoring themselves, AmeriCorps Members bring in community volunteers to provide everything from college and career awareness events to regular tutoring and mentoring.

  • In partnership with AmeriCorps, UWNU, and the Ogden School District, The AmeriCorps VISTA empowers families to support early childhood development through play-based learning opportunities, socialization, and positive modeling of behavior and parent responses. This includes creating a greater understanding of healthy lifestyle choices, family safety, child development, and improved school readiness.
    The AmeriCorps VISTA will work with Ogden School District to implement a Learn with Playgroup program to benefit families within school boundaries neighborhoods, creating social connections with neighbors and introduce parents to the elementary school setting.

  • This AmeriCorps VISTA position will assist the Welcome Baby Program in strengthening community outreach efforts and recruitment/retention of program volunteers, and ultimately help program families gain valuable resources that will help them overcome poverty and other environmental stressors. Welcome Baby is a free, monthly in-home visitation program that focuses on child development, parent engagement and support, kindergarten readiness, and increased access to community resources. The focus of the VISTA will center around the creation of a robust volunteer recruitment and retention plan, strengthening of program volunteer trainings, and the creation of a family recruitment plan that centers on widening our multicultural reach and increasing the diversity, equity, and inclusion of the program. All of these efforts in their entirety will ultimately increase the capacity of the Welcome Baby Program, allowing for more families living in poverty to enroll and gain access to beneficial information and support needed in order to become more confident and educated providers for their children.


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