At Inclusive World, volunteering as a Class Lead is one of our most gratifying experiences we have to offer to individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of the differently abled. The role entails teaching students the curriculum using person centered practices and tools adopted by Inclusive World. To execute a session using lesson plans, a lead will need to be familiar with the curriculum, adapt materials to enable student learning and curate final projects that synthesize lessons taught. Any class at Inclusive World comprises students, one-on-one buddies and adult volunteers to assist. As a lead, managing the classroom effectively to enable learning outcomes is vital. The role entails managing classroom related processes such as member-parent orientation and training, program support need evaluations, attendance tracking, assessing continuous curriculum paths, year-end assessments and surveys, and attending Inclusive World meetings and events. Currently, all our classes are offered only on weekends. As we grow, we intend to offer classes during weekdays, on mutual convenience of our members, volunteers and leads. Inclusive World is currently looking for class leads for the following programs being offered in the upcoming academic year:
Scratch Programming Class
Python Programming Class
Basic Microsoft Excel Class
Conversational Skills Class
If you would like to test waters before signing up to be a lead, you could register to be a co-lead. Inclusive World offers co-lead positions to volunteers across all classes it runs in every academic year. Currently, we have 12 co-lead positions open. The Lead role entails a time commitment of 3-5 hours a week including the weekend when classes are held. The Co-lead role entails a time commitment of 2-3 hours a week including the weekend when classes are held.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About INCLUSIVE WORLD
21441 ARROWHEAD LN, SARATOGA, CA 95070, US
Inclusive World’s mission is to develop skills and abilities of differently abled individuals based on their interests and goals for the future. The goal is for these differently abled individuals to be able to lead a productive life of acceptance and inclusion.
We work with differently abled individuals and their families to recognize their desires, interests and dreams. We detect opportunities and development of skills and abilities towards their interests and offer programs that focus on their holistic development.
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
1221 California Cir,Milpitas, CA95035
February 8, 2021
Microsoft Office Suite
Verbal / Written Communication
Must be at least 18
The Lead role entails a time commitment of 3-5 hours a week including the weekend when classes are held. The Co-lead role entails a time commitment of 2-3 hours a week including the weekend when classes are held.