Potential junior board members and officers for children's nonprofit
Children Across America
Children Across America, a 501c3 non profit, is located in Milford, MA.
Children Across America provides educational programming(STEM) to America's under served children. The Milford office deals with residents of Milford and the surrounding towns of Blackstone Valley although we will never turn a child away no matter where they live. It is a 100% volunteer organization and all of our services are provided free of charge.
Children Across America is actively looking for local young people, 18-30 years of age, who are interested in joining our newly formed junior board. This is more than just a volunteer job, you will be responsible on business level.
If you are interested in making a difference in underserved children’s lives, helping them obtain the skill set they need to succeed in life, we would like to speak with you. Sharpen your leadership skills and expand your professional horizons for a better world.
Children Across America, A child who reads becomes an adult who thinks
In order to involve more young people, Children Across America is exploring the possibility of forming a Junior Board. Our junior board will be a body of young people, approximately 18 to 30 years old, that supports our nonprofit's leadership. Serving on a junior board gives you a front row seat to the highest level of operations, providing you with exposure to everything from board governance to project management, budgeting and fundraising. Your primary goals will be to promote Children Across America and pjlanning and hosting dynamic fundraising events.
Call us @ 508-933-8915 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our website at www.childrenacrossamerica.org for more information.
About Children Across America
23 Pine Street, Milford, MA 01757, US
Children Across America is a 501 (c)(3) (EIN 27-0355388), humanitarian organization. Children Across America provides literacy support and preventative healthcare to underserved children in the United States. Its vision is to empower families and children in low income communities. Its unique programs are focused on improving children’s educational excellence and health. The organization partners with local libraries, school systems healthcare advocates and hospitals to ensure children get the full benefit of its programs. We provide a free alternative program to underserved families with students in grades K-5, who can't afford a private tutor, or professional tutoring services such as Kaplan or Kumon.
CAA has a combination of medical and educational programming.
Our main educational program is a literacy program for all children. We also focus on children K-5 grade that come from families that English is not their first language. Our Summer Reading and Math Club (Children's Book Club) and our Saturday Reading and Math club's goal is to raise the level of literacy in America's children. Our Math Clubs are to help develop children's basic math skills. We help all children but our main focus is the underserved population of America. Our signature program is our Summer Reading and Math Club, that runs from July through August and our Saturday Reading and Math Club, that runs each Saturday.
Our main medical program and focus of our medical programming is Health Promotion in motion. This is a immunization and preventative healthcare initiative focused on making sure every child in America is immunized per CDC guidelines and has healthcare coverage. We are a vendor for the State for Mass healthcare signps.