Caring Campus Coalition

Caring Campus Coalition at Plymouth State University creates an intentional community of kindness and purpose by making personal connections, exploring the complexities of the human spirit, and supporting all in their pursuit of authentic self.

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C3 is currently searching for a Program Coordinator. Here are the job description and application instructions. We will be interviewing candidates in early June with intent to hire for an August 1st start date.

C3 also has an Outreach Intern position available for 2016-17. Applicants must have a Federal Work Study award. Here are the job description and application instructions. We hope to hire by early September 2016.

For more information, contact:

Or come by the Reflection and Spiritual Care Center in the back of the Samuel Read Hall Building.

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