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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.


  • More than a fundraiser, United Way of Northern Utah (United Way) creates opportunities for people in our community to work together to improve the health, education, and financial stability of every person. We move quickly to meet changing needs in our community and need strong team members to assist with mission advancement. We are seeking a Corporate Engagement Director (CED), this role will give you the unique opportunity to secure philanthropic support to advance United Way’s mission. You will be responsible for developing and cultivating relationships with corporations and individuals for philanthropic support of our mission. In this role, you will oversee and solicit corporate investments in UWNU through year-round management of a corporate account portfolio.

  • AmeriCorps is a national network of programs that address critical community needs in our nation. Through AmeriCorps VISTA, you can make a tangible difference. AmeriCorps VISTA is a national program where community members have the opportunity to serve in local nonprofits helping to eliminate poverty. Members serving in the AmeriCorps VISTA program serve full-time for one-year terms. In return for service, members receive a living allowance, a healthcare allowance, and other benefits.

    The Resource Development & Marketing VISTA will work with the Marketing Manager to produce relevant content for United Way of Northern Utah’s website, public relations, and social media platforms. They will create content that is specifically crafted to capture the attention of a particular target audience.

  • AmeriCorps Community School Coordinators (CSC's) work with students, families, and the community at their assigned school to add a layer of support for students and promote student success. They work closely with school counselors, teachers, and administrators to help determine and meet the needs of students and families and connect them to resources within the school and community. Each CSC provides 1-on-1 student support to a caseload of 30-60 students (the number depends on whether the CSC is part-time or full-time). This support may include assistance with food, clothing, or housing, with improving attendance, and with social-emotional and academic needs. CSCs also help school-wide to promote school-family connections and help bridge students' experiences during the school day with their activities during out-of-school time activities.

  • AmeriCorps Student Success Coordinators provide one-on-one support for a caseload of at-risk students at their assigned school. The overall goal is to help students feel more excited about school and learning, gain confidence, and improve school performance. AmeriCorps members can often receive internship credit for their service through their college or university as they pursue degrees in education, social work, family studies, and other related fields. We have both full and part-time positions for Student Success Coordinators.

  • 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.

  • 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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