We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers for our After School Action Program (ASAP). ASAP is a free, volunteer-run program that provides children of all backgrounds a safe, structured, and attentive environment during after-school hours. ASAP volunteers help our students with homework, lead constructive and educational class activities, prepare and serve wholesome after-school meals, and provide firm but compassionate classroom leadership.
Do you have a passion or an exciting skillset you'd like to share with us? We welcome and encourage curriculum contributions from volunteers. Volunteers can develop and lead age-appropriate activities teaching skills and concepts in science, technology, visual and performing arts, computing, world cultures, and more!
ASAP is housed at our location (1001 Dakin St.) in the Potter-Walsh Neighborhood on the Eastside of Lansing and runs from 4:00PM to 6:30PM, Monday through Thursday during the school year. We operate a summer program as well.
ECAC exists to provide social and educational assistance to people with particular attention given to those who are vulnerable or at-risk.
ECAC was founded in 2007 to serve as a hub for charitable and educational activities benefiting the residents of Lansing, Michigan. ECAC is designed to answer the needs of vulnerable people residing in Lansing's Potter-Walsh Neighborhood, the Eastside, and surrounding areas.