The Target Field Advantage-Fundraising
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Take advantage of a super fun opportunity to be a part of the MN Twins baseball scene and benefit myHealth for Teens and Young Adults!
- Volunteers work in a concession stand selling hot dogs, beer, soda, nachos, etc.
- Work alongside myHealth staff, board members, and other volunteers at Twins Games!
- myHealth receives a portion of the day's sales--the more we sell, the more myHealth makes!
- There is a position for everyone and every personality style! Love people? Work as a cashier! Love to help, but like to keep to yourself? Work behind the scenes!
- Each volunteer will get a free meal!
About myHealth for Teens and Young Adults
15 8th Avenue South, Hopkins, MN 55343, US
Our mission is to improve the health of our community by providing health services and information that support all teens and young adults in making responsible and well-informed decisions. Our vision is that one day all young people will be educated and empowered to make responsible decisions regarding their health and relationships.
myHealth for Teens & Young Adults is a 501c3 non-profit organization that began in 1971 when a group of local health care providers, school professionals, law enforcement, church officials, and high school students came together to address the increase in unplanned pregnancies and the emergence of sexually transmitted infections among the youth population in the Excelsior area. In February of 1972, West Suburban Teen Clinic opened its first clinic with one full-time nurse, a Board of Directors, 125 volunteer nurses, 30 volunteer lab technicians and 20 volunteer physicians. Over the years we have expanded our services beyond the medical clinic to include Mental Health services and Educational Programs. myHealth partners with school districts, community organizations and coalitions to meet the growing needs of young people and their families in the areas we serve. In 2012, we changed our name to myHealth for Teens & Young Adults to reflect these changes.
We'll work with your schedule.
1 Twins WayMinneapolis, MN 55403
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Baseball games vary in time, but each volunteer will arrive 1 to 2 hours before gates open, and will stay until stand is shut down. The time depends on the length of the game. Prepare for 6.5 hours, knowing that the game could end sooner.
- Mandatory 3 hour training, minimum of 4 game commitment per season.