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Community action greenfield ma

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The youth/young adult navigator will help young people aged 14 to 24 form a youth council for social change and healing justice in Franklin and Hampshire Counties. The navigator will also act as a liaison between health care providers and other local youth-serving organizations in order to improve youth/young adult access to quality health care.
The Head Start Program is looking for a qualified preschool teacher. NAEYC stands for National Association for the Education of Young Children. Teacher-to-child ratios that are accredited and outstanding. EEC Teacher Pre-K certification is required, as well as an AA in Early Childhood Education or a similar area, with a BA preferred. The role requires 37.5 hours per week for the entire year. Range of pay: $17.35-$18.32 (includes full-day work)
Community Action is looking for a full-time Fiscal Specialist to support the Finance department. This encompasses a wide range of duties that assist Payroll, Accounts Payable, and Billing. It is necessary to have excellent management skills and pay close attention to detail.
Community Action Pioneer Valley’s Energy Department is looking for an accomplished, independent Auditor to join our integrated team, which offers Energy services to thousands of income-eligible clients every year.

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(1) TO ASSIST UNEMPLOYED PERSONS, Particularly THOSE WHO ARE LOW-INCOME AND DISADVANTAGED, WHO LIVE IN MASSACHUSETTS’ GREATER FRANKLIN, HAMPSHIRE, AND NORTH QUABBIN REGIONS AND OTHER SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES, BY PROVIDING THEM WITH TEMPORARY AND/OR LONG-TERM E
IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, THE STAFFING AGENCY PLACES INDIVIDUALS IN TEMPORARY AND TEMP-TO-HIRE WORK AND PROVIDES FREE COMPUTERIZED TRAINING. IN THE FISCAL YEAR 2018, WE SERVED APPROXIMATELY 300 INDIVIDUALS, WITH 268 SUCCESSFULLY EMPLOYED ON ASSIGNMENTS THROUGH OUR ASO MODEL AND 30 PERMANENT HIRES.

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Energy services offered by Community Action, Inc. (CAI) will assist you in lowering the high cost of your heating and utility bills. Your monthly National Grid Gas and Electric bills may be eligible for savings and discounts. To see if you’re qualified, look at the Heating Assistance Income Guidelines. The Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development administers the LIHEAP and HEARTWAP services at the state level (DHCD).
Since 1977, low-income households in Massachusetts have had access to the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). This scheme, also known as Fuel Assistance, assists low-income families in paying a portion of their heating bills or 30% of their rent if heat is included between November 1 and April 30.
The Heating Emergency Assistance Retrofit Task Weatherization Assistance Program (HEARTWAP) provides low-income homeowners with heating system repair and replacement services. The service is available all year. The program acts as an emergency response service for low-income homeowners who are experiencing issues with their primary heating system. HEARTWAP programs differ depending on the housing unit’s individual requirements.

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Thousands of Franklin and Hampshire County families are helped by Community Action each winter. The Fuel Assistance Program, which is available to both homeowners and landlords, assists income-eligible participants in meeting their home heating costs. Family size and total annual household income are used to assess program eligibility.
A phone intake is needed if this is your first time applying or if you haven’t applied in the last two years. Please contact us at 413-774-2310. Please leave a note if you get a voicemail.
If you are a returning applicant, your registration and an application checklist will be mailed to you. In September, applications for people who have a deliverable fuel supply, such as propane, were mailed out. In October, applications for people who have a public service will be mailed out. At the end of December, applications for people who have heat included in their rent will be mailed out. Please click on the following link to access the application checklist: