The Prevention Resource Center VISTA Project connects Montana communities, the Interagency Coordinating Council for State Prevention Programs, and the AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) throughout the state of Montana.
It strives to keep Montana children, communities and families strong and resilient against risks such as unintended and unhealthy pregnancies, child abuse and neglect, substance abuse, crime and violence, and high school drop-outs.
The VISTA Project works proactively in order to create and sustain conditions that reduce risk, as well as promote the safety, personal responsibility and well-being of all. There are VISTAs in many sites throughout the state of Montana - see the PRC VISTA Project page for a full list.
The Prevention Resource Center also hosts VISTA Summer Associates - members who serve for 10 weeks, usually from early June to mid-August, with programs that address summer learning loss and childhood hunger.
Visit the My AmeriCorps website to view our available positions and apply online.