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Resumes Being Accepted For Reading Pilot Program
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  Originally Published on: 6/12/2013

The Richland County Youth and Family Council is seeking applicants with an Early Education Degree and experience for Ohio Reading Corps Program. Richland County Youth and Family Council will receive $133,000 from the Ohio Commission on Service and Volunteerism to support 10 full-time Americoprs members to participate in the Ohio Reading Corps pilot program.  The goal of the program is to ensure that children can read proficiently by third grade by investing in preschool and kindergarten students with specific reading strategies. Training will be provided. The council is partnering with Mansfield City Schools and Head Start. You can apply online at myamericorps.gov or send your resume to [email protected] or mail to Richland County Family Council Attention: Teresa Alt, P.O. Box 1986 Mansfield, Ohio 44901. Interviews will be conducted later this month and service will begin in August.  
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