What We Do
The Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA) connects, educates, strengthens, and advocates
for volunteer engagement leaders and their organizations to positively impact communities.
What You Can Do
Serve full-time for one year across the state to develop, expand, or improve volunteer programming that connects Minnesotans to the resources they need to move out of poverty.
Together We Can
Enhance how organizations use volunteers to fight poverty in Minnesota while building your skill set, growing your network, and launching your career through our service cohort.
MAVA VISTA Leader:
Maximize your leadership skills and inspire a new generation of service members! Coach, train, and support 9 VISTAs as they develop volunteer programming to fight poverty in MN. Must successfully complete one full-time service term (VISTA, other AmeriCorps, or Peace Corps) to apply.
Position Descriptions Coming Soon for the Following Projects:
Community Emergency Assistance Programs (CEAP)
Community Involvement Programs (CIP)
Interfaith Outreach (IO)
Jeremiah Program (JP)
Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly (LBFE)
Minnesota Children’s Museum (MCM)
The Open Door (TOD)
Second Harvest Heartland (SHH)
The Sheridan Story (TSS)