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Community Empowerment Northern Virginia

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We need volunteers for our 3- 5 year old Early Start program. Volunteers are essential to fulfill our mission of empowering and help prepare these children for entry into school. We will focus on literacy and learning through fun. Prior teaching experience will be great but is not necessary. We will train you! Volunteers are needed Monday - Friday beginning as early as 6:30am. We ask volunteers to commit to helping out at the center one day (or more) per week for at least 3 months. Please contact Elizabeth at volunteer@communityenv.org if you're interested or want more information.

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About Community Empowerment Northern Virginia


45698 Elmwood Ct. #140 (Unit B), Sterling, VA 20166, US

Mission Statement

Community Empowerment Northern Virginia (CENV) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with this core belief: when one plants a S.E.E.D. by Strengthening, Educating, Empowering and Developing, strong communities will grow. To facilitate this movement, CENV offers one-to-one mentoring, tutoring, adult education workshops, leadership training, and much more. These services empower personal growth, support academic success and educate people toward developing self-sufficiency.


Today’s society is challenged by an increasingly difficult world. Family problems, substance abuse, economic pressure, and the lure of gangs and delinquency threaten our youth physically and emotionally. Community Empowerment Northern Virginia is dedicated to providing community-based services that support, guide and inspire people to build life skills required to become resilient, self-sufficient adults. Using adult and peer mentoring to provide positive role models and promote skill development, Community Empowerment Northern Virginia strives to help build self-acceptance, strengthen school performance, and enhance executive functioning.

By providing people with positive role models in the community, Community Empowerment seeks to achieve the following objectives:

  • Provide people with a vital sense of belonging
  • Give people a sense that the greater community also cares about them
  • Move people forward on their way to conscious and self-sufficient adulthood
  • Support people on their journey to discover their true potential
  • Provide people with access to the resources necessary to achieve social and academic success
  • Help more people graduate high school and move on to higher education that supports their dreams
  • Create an array of services that complement the web of services already existing in our communities
  • Educate and empower parents and families to be more involved in family and community growth
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


S Sterling Blvd,Sterling, VA 20164



  • Literacy / Reading
  • Child Development


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


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