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Children Are Made Stronger By Those Who Support Them
As valuable members of our treatment team, volunteers make amazing discoveries everyday about our kids and about themselves. Through these discoveries, volunteers have the wonderful opportunity to help kids find their strengths. What are your strengths? Please call Margaret Mahan 314.918.3330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the opportunities.
All Volunteers working with youth must be a minimum of 21 years old.
Mentors provide positive role modeling, emotional support and enrichment through one on one activity. You must be willing to commit to at least 12 months of interaction on a weekly or monthly basis.
Tutors work one on one with special needs students who are attending the Epworth School. School hours are 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Dorm volunteers visit their assigned dorm on a regular basis to help with homework and participate in recreational activities. A six month or longer commitment is preferred.
ADOPT A DORM
Individuals or groups support an assigned dorm on a monthly basis by providing birthday cards and treats. Some groups make monthly visits to the dorm to play games, teach crafts or participate in other activities.
Volunteers help with filing, grade calculation, record updates or general office work.
LIFE SKILLS PRESENTER/TRAINER
Teach life skills such as, banking, budgeting, housekeeping, cooking, home or automotive repair, legal rights, self advocacy, or other topics in your area of expertise. Onetime presentations or ongoing programs are welcome.
Provide support to older teens and young parents in the Transitional Living Program (TLP) at University City location by visiting the youth and/or providing childcare for young children while their parents attend life skills training. Requires a six month commitment, Monday through Friday, early evening and weekend hours are available.
A spiritual resource provides consistent spiritual guidance through Bible study, music, prayer, praise dancing, or other spiritual activities. Spiritual resources are assigned to a dorm of 6- 8 youth. A six month or longer commitment is preferred.
Contact Margaret Mahan at 314-918-3330 for more information.