Help Serve Kids as a Mentoring Sports Coach and Potentially Earn a $1k Stipend.
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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Take the lead in supporting young people in ongoing one-on-one and group mentoring relationships. Serve as a mentor with a goal of being a positive role model and building trust with youth by participating in athletic (Basketball, Volleyball, Cheer and Dance) practices and competitions together. You'll have the opportunity to strive for mutual respect, foster self-esteem and motivation with kids from the Chicagoland area of Illinois. Volunteers or interns have the opportunity to help as a head coach, assistant coach, team manager or serve in other support roles with our sports fraternity. Are you up for the task?
About The Metro Mentorship Initiative
1828 N. Lowell, CHICAGO, IL 60639, US
The Metro Mentorship Initiative is 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit public charity organized for the purpose of providing mentoring services to make a holistic and innovative impact in urban communities. (EIN: 27-4083907)
With initial financial commitments from his own personal income, Lorne Massie founded the Metro Mentorship Initiative in 2010 which is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Lorne formed this organization out of a common belief that many people in their community lacked meaningful mentoring relationships that could help with guidance and direction. Board members of the Metro Mentorship Initiative developed Austin Comets Athletics, the subsidiary flagship program, in the winter of the 2011 year. The program is a mentoring sports club that provides a high quality athletic program for urban youth that allows them to compete and pursue excellence in the development of their skills, health and moral character. Since its implementation in 2013, Austin Comets Athletics has served many youth (50+) for over 5 years in the Austin neighborhood.
Our agency is comprised of executive, managerial and young entry level professionals who truly have a passion to come together as an effective team and work with youth and children between the ages of 5-21. The board chairmen and it’s members provide strategic leadership in operations and fundraising. Volunteers who commit to our organization are the most vital part of our success.
We'll work with your schedule.
51416 N. Payne RoadSchaumburg, IL 60173
- Sports Coaching
- Relationship Building
- First Aid / CPR
- Dance / Aerobics
- Racquet Sports
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Minimum of 4-6 Hours A Week for 3 Months
- No Previous Coaching Experience is Required. ASEP or PCA Double Goal Coaching Certificate Preferred. USA Basketball Coaching Certification is a plus.