Anytown Leadership Institute
2 people are interested
We are looking for a variety of volunteer types with different commitment levels.
Co-Directors are in charge of organizing the curriculum and leading the delegates through discussion during camp as well as leading the staff through trainings. This is a significant time commitment before camp. These people need to be comfortable with the Anytown philosophies as well as leading large group discussions. Must also be available to stay the night.
Family Group Leaders need to be available to attend all trainings and to stay the night all nights of camp. These folks are interacting with and mentoring youth.
At least one logistics person needs to be available throughout the entire camp, while another might be on call and available most days. This position not only anticipates and responds to the supply and set-up needs of the co-directors and family group leaders, but also maintains first aid and other supplies as well as the emergency contact information for the delegates and any staff under 18. A second logistics staff could be on call and come and go as needed.
The observer/mentor would need to be available all camp days and can preferably stay the night. This is a hands-off role that takes note of how activities are being conducted. This person would also serve as a resource for camp staff to provide a listening ear and feedback.
OFT (Organized Free Time) volunteers will come to camp only during our scheduled free time. These people might have a skill to offer or an educational component to teach. Examples of past volunteers: screen printing class (brought all needed supplies and taught small group of delegates screen printing), sports activities (hosted a game of soccer or basketball with the delegates), yoga (taught a group of delegates yoga, brought extra mats for delegates to use). If you have a unique skill or idea for free time, please sign up and we will discuss how you can contribute.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
1405 PINE ST STE 203, Kansas City, MO 64124, US
To inspire a young generation of leaders who are willing and ready to dismantle the multiple forms of privilege and oppression to create more just and inclusive communities.
#AnytownKC is a week-long residential program for high school youth and incoming college freshman (ages 15-18) who are interested in learning about social justice issues and practicing their leadership skills to help make their schools and communities more inclusive. During the program, youth reside on a local college campus and participate in facilitated discussion groups, workshops, and experiential activities, to increase their understanding of themselves and respect for others. The program's purpose is to inspire a young generation of leaders who are willing and ready to dismantle the multiple forms of privilege and oppression to create more just and inclusive communities.
TBDKansas City, MO 64124
- Youth Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Counseling / Mental Health
- Life Coaching
- Community Outreach
- Social Work
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Each position has different time commitments.
- Must complete an online application. Email email@example.com for more info.