93 people are interested
Working with Refugee Children - Afterschool Program assistants
93 people are interested
From September through June, the Refugee Resettlement program of Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte offers an after school program where refugee youth can work on homework and participate in enrichment and recreational activities.
Work with children from all over the world from kindergarten all the way up through middle school. Students need help with homework, language study, doing crafts, science projects and other fun afterschool activities such as kickball and soccer. This is a wonderful opportunity to lend a hand, be a leader and learn about a culture different from your own. Our after-school programs run from 3:00 to 5:30pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays with some occasional other times and days available as well.
This is a fun and very rewarding activity and a great opportunity for high school students. We do also need volunteers aged 21 and over who are willing to drive when needed. Must have a clean driving record.
About Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte
1123 S. Church St., Charlotte, NC 28203, US
The mission of Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte is to be a ministry of love, service and justice dedicated to supporting and empowering individuals, families, and faith communities as they meet the challenges of life and address the conditions of society.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte provides services encompassing assistance to individuals and families experiencing a need for:
- Foster care, adoption and pregnancy services
- Individual, marriage and family counseling
- Distribution of donated services to the needy
- Food Pantry
- Acute emergency services
- Enrichment services
- Burial Support
Catholic Charities (CCDOC) Refugee Resettlement program is an affiliate of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), one of the national voluntary agencies participating in the federal government's refugee resettlement program. For the past 30 years, the CCDOC Refugee Resettlement program has embraced the mission of providing quality services and a caring support system that will empower our refugee clients to become self-sufficient, self-reliant, and productive members of society. On average, CCDOC Refugee Resettlement program resettles and supports between 350 and 400 refugees per year. All of our services are non-sectarian and do not promote any religious belief or affiliation.
1123 S. Church St.Charlotte, NC 28203
September 29, 2021
- Child Development
- Child Care
- Outdoor Recreation
- Cross-cultural Communication
- People 55+
- Must be at least 15
- Mon, Tues and Thurs, 3-5:30; choose which days fit your sched
- If over age 18, background check and online training workshop.