Support United Way Financial Stability and Independence Program Delivery and Evaluation


Supervisory Accountability

Staff: No
Volunteers: No


Key Accountabilities

Financial Stability and Independence Focus Area/Asset-Building

Empowering people to move themselves from poverty, to an improved quality of life through financial education, consumer training and access to asset-building resources and supports.

Strategies include:

  • Increase financial literacy and education
  • Increase income
  • Build savings
  • Gain and sustain assets


Scope of Practicum may include:

  • Greater St. Louis Asset-Building Collaborative—develop and implement additional evaluation tools for Individual Development Account (IDA) programs (September – December)
  • Money Smart Month – assist with volunteer coordination, meeting management, and program marketing and outreach (January to April)
  • Other financial education and asset-development efforts – including, but not limited to involvement with and participation in the Greater St. Louis Financial Education Collaborative and Bank on Save Up St. Louis (on-going).


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Familiarity with non-profit asset building program concepts including financial education, budget and credit counseling and matched savings programs
  • Computer proficiency in Windows environment including MS Office Suite: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint – Basic proficiency required; Advanced proficiency in Excel preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Qualitative and quantitative evaluation knowledge and/or experience
  • Marketing and social media knowledge and/or experience
  • Understands and supports United Way, its philosophy, and its goals
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and within teams, meet deadlines and manage projects effectively.


Submit resume and cover letter to




James Taylor