Youth Program Volunteers
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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10 people are interested
Thanks for your consideration to improve youth lives in our community!
The vision for volunteers is to support K-8 residents on an ongoing basis to equally facilitate academic support while also participating in activities to spur social/emotional development. Primary tasks will include assisting the Youth Enrichment Coordinator to set up before the sessions, work with our students during programming, and conclude with a debrief. Our goal is to provide academic assistance, facilitate arts and crafts, and engage in activities centered on social development. The idea being to cultivate a space after-school that ultimately equips these youth with day to day, practical skills. This is a fun opportunity to build volunteer hours, be a positive influence in the lives of children, and have a great time!
Who should apply: This role is perfect for those passionate about education and motivated to help low-income youth, creating a positive impact for our communities.
About Resources for Community Development
2220 Oxford St., Resources for Community Development, 2220 Oxford St. Berkeley, CA 94704, US
Resources for Community Development creates and preserves affordable housing for people with the fewest options, to build community and enrich lives.
Our Four Programs define how we meet our mission to provide affordable homes and build community.
Housing Development draws together the local community and government, private and public funding, and architects, consultants, and builders to create new housing or rehabilitate existing properties.
Asset Management focuses on the financial strength and physical operation and upkeep of our properties. The result is housing that ensures the comfort and safety of our residents and that is a good financial investment.
Resident Services provides a range of programming that helps each resident succeed as an individual, as a neighbor, and as a member of the broader community. RCD's resident services program focuses on five areas that create positive results: Housing stability, Health and Wellness, Economic Resiliency, Lifelong Education and Community Engagement.
Community Development links our work to the broader community to support a more complete community for our residents and people in the surrounding area. The result is that residents live, work, and play in a safer and healthier neighborhood.
We'll work with your schedule.
16385 E 14th StSan Leandro, CA 94578
- Literacy / Reading
- Youth Services
- Child Development
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 14
- Orientation or Training
- Ideally, volunteers can commit to volunteering once a week for the entire school year. However, time commitments are flexible. The program operates from 4-7pm Monday through Friday.
- Complete volunteer forms, a brief interview, volunteer orientation, and background screening prior to beginning your placement.