Thank you for expressing an interest in volunteering with Common Threads! We always welcome new volunteers who are passionate about cooking, nutrition, and children. However, cooking and/or working in a school environment experience is not mandatory. My name is Shazeen Sterlin and I am the Program Manager for Common Threads here in Miami
Overview of the ways you can volunteer with Common Threads:
Please fill out the Volunteer Application Form:
Current Common Threads Volunteer Opportunities:
After School Cooking Class at Schools:
Our kids cooking classes teach students how to make a healthy meal while they explore cuisines from across the globe. Cooking class volunteers work with a small group of 8-12 year old students to execute recipes and foster teamwork. Volunteers may even pick up some new cooking skills themselves!
We currently have After School Cooking Classes that are in need of volunteers!
We are asking our volunteers to please commit to the remaining weeks at a school site. It is important for students to build a rapport with the volunteers and helps to see the same mentoring adults week after week.
Before I can send you more details about the school sites, volunteers are required to get a background check in Miami-Dade County. Visit this site for more info such as requirements and locations: http://www.miamidade.gov/police/fingerprints-backgroundchecks.asp
- Fill out Volunteer Application Form
- Get a background check.
- Please email me a copy of your background check results. (email@example.com)
- I will send details of the school locations and times for the After School Cooking Classes.
- Reply back to me with preferred locations, days and times.
- You will be placed at your site.
- Child Welfare
- Cooking / Catering
- Child Care
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 9 weeks