We are happy to bring you the March, 2022 edition of the Public & School Partnership’s PSP Jotter. In this issue, we highlight some important recent happenings at PSP, including the various AmeriCorps Week activities we all enjoyed in March!
In addition, PSP AmeriCorps VISTA members Katie Hut (Aggies Elevated) and Alyssa McMillan (Common Ground) are the recipients of March’s Above & Beyond Awards. Congratulations to both VISTA members!
Please help us spread the word about our current and upcoming available one-year AND Summer Associate VISTA positions! We have several one-year VISTA positions and all of our Summer Associate positions posted and accepting applications right now. Interested individuals should visit PSP’s hiring webpages for current openings or they can complete PSP’s Interest Survey to receive more information and announcements when additional positions become available.
We are happy to bring you the February, 2022 edition of the Public & School Partnership’s PSP Jotter. In this issue, we highlight some important recent happenings at PSP, including two amazing projects happening at Cache Makers, the start of service for two new PSP VISTA members, and the end of service for a long-serving PSP VISTA member.
In addition, Jenna Mosher, AmeriCorps VISTA Member at PSP’s Aggies Elevated site, is the recipient of February’s Above & Beyond Award. Congratulations to Jenna – she is very deserving of this award!
Don't forget to help us spread the word about our current and upcoming available AmeriCorps VISTA positions! We have several one-year positions open right now, a few more opening up soon, and Summer Associate positions opening up very soon. Interested individuals should visit PSP’s hiring webpages for current openings or they can complete PSP’s Interest Survey to receive more information and announcements when positions become available.
We’re happy to bring you our first PSP Jotter of 2022! Our newsletter has a fresh look – we hope you enjoy it. This month, we highlight PSP’s annual MLK Day service project, five new PSP AmeriCorps VISTA members, and more!
Also, congratulations to Emmalie Peay, PSP AmeriCorps VISTA member at Little Lambs, for winning this month’s Good Role Model Award!
This will be our final newsletter for 2021. In 2022, we are excited to reveal a newer, more modern PSP Jotter – keep an eye out for that in January!
In this issue, we share highlights from our annual winter service project and winter appreciation gathering. We also share some important service-reflection data we’ve been collecting for several years, and we say recognize the efforts of a long-time PSP VISTA member and dedicated local service provider, Coral Larson. Plus, if you read this issue, you’ll get to know our two incredible VISTA Leaders, Jasmine Harris and Me’lani Hogan-Cephas!
Thank you, and we truly hope all of you have a wonderful holiday season.
We hope you enjoyed a relaxing, filling Thanksgiving holiday with your loved ones! PSP is happy to bring you the November, 2021 edition of the PSP Jotter. In this issue, we highlight two of our amazing main office team members, two new VISTAs, and two VISTAs who received recognition awards this month!
VISTA Member Recognition Awards for November, 2021:
We would also like to take a moment to recognize Myia Barton (featured in this newsletter), who will be ending her employment with PSP after four incredible years of service. Myia served as a PSP VISTA Member at Northern Utah Native Connection/Title VI, PSP's VISTA Leader, then as PSP's Event Coordinator. Myia is truly the kind of coworker and friend any person hopes to have - she will be greatly missed!