Phoenix Preschool Classroom Volunteer
14 people are interested
Volunteers are an essential part of the Family Nurturing Center program and vital to our ability to offer services to families in Jackson and Josephine counties! Volunteers help in a variety of ways including assisting in the classrooms with group and individual-child activities, reading to children, fundraising, center maintenance, and community outreach projects.
Our classroom volunteers offer direct support to our preschool teachers and help our children form strong bonds of trust with their peers, their teachers, and the learning environments around them. Classroom volunteers go through an orientation process with our Clinical Director before they start volunteering, and they must complete a background check through the state or Oregon in order to be considered for this opportunity. We ask that volunteers plan to volunteer with the same class once a week for no less than 6 months.
About Family Nurturing Center
212 N OAKDALE AVE, MEDFORD, OR 97501, US
To strengthen families so that children can live safely and develop fully in their parent's care.
The purpose of the Family Nurturing Center (FNC) is to prevent child abuse and neglect.
- We help parents keep their children safely within their own families.
- We support children as they heal from difficult life experiences.
- We wrap an array of services around families in crisis helping them rebuild their lives and raise healthy and thriving children.
Families come to the Family Nurturing Center to get the help they need. An array of comprehensive services, both center based and outreach, support families as they deal with the challenges of raising healthy, compassionate and successful children.
We'll work with your schedule.
745 N Rose StreetPhoenix, OR 97535
- Child Development
- Special Needs
- Crisis Intervention
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- at least 3 hours each week
- Willingness to learn from and play with preschool children who may have experienced abuse or neglect