Summary of Assignment: UCP of Central Arizona is seeking volunteers to assist with the check out process in the Early Learning Center in the afternoons during weekdays. Serving children from six weeks to five years old, the Early Learning Center is a high quality, developmentally appropriate learning environment for children with and without disabilities. The Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and Quality First in addition to being a 5-Star Quality First Center.
Title: Early Learning Center Volunteer
Responsibilities: The Early Learning Center Check Out Volunteer will provide support to the ELC staff by:
Greeting families and assisting with signing children out for the day
Directing families during check out
Checking temperatures and helping families complete health questionnaires
Preparing and sanitizing materials
Other tasks as needed
Training Requirements and Qualifications: Volunteers must submit to a background check (to be completed by UCP) and complete free Article 9 training, provided by UCP.
Time commitment: Coverage is needed Monday-Friday from 2:15pm-4:15pm for the month of March. Monday-Friday from 3:15pm-5:15pm for the month of April and beyond. Volunteers can sign up for one day a week, multiple times a week, once a month - whatever their schedules allow.
Supervisor: Katy Moon, Early Learning Center Program Director
Worksite location: Note: Volunteers must wear a mask and practice social distancing while on campus.
Interested candidates will kindly email UCP’s Development Manager Alexis Ferri at firstname.lastname@example.org stating their availability and qualifications.
OUR MISSION: UCP of Central Arizona provides comprehensive services to individuals with disabilities and their families by providing physical and developmental support as well as educational growth which is the foundation for independent living. "Life without Limits" OUR VISION: Individuals with disabilities will achieve their potential and experience equality in the community.
At UCP of Central Arizona, we are more than just our name. Many of the individuals we serve have delays or disabilities that were undiagnosed or misunderstood in prior years. As research and medicine advance, so does the ability to detect brain abnormalities, genetic conditions and many other diagnoses affecting development. What they all hold in common is the need for expertise, uncompromised quality of care, and an organization made up of individuals who provide hope through an wavering focus on abilities, not disabilities. This effort has always been at the core of UCP's work.
Since 1952, UCP has served as one of the oldest private, nonprofit health and human service organizations in Arizona. Every year, our highly trained therapists, educators and direct care support professionals improve the lives of thousands of individuals with disabilities and their families. We are continually striving to develop new and innovative ways to provide programs and services to meet the needs of those we serve. What will never change is our focus on bringing hope, expertise and support one person at a time, one family at a time.
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Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
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1802 West Parkside LanePhoenixPhoenix, AZ85027
March 29, 2021
Children Medical Services
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Coverage is needed Monday-Friday from 2:15pm-4:15pm for the month of March. Monday-Friday from 3:15pm-5:15pm for the month of April and beyond. Volunteers can sign up for one day a week, multiple times a week, once a month - whatever their schedules
Volunteers must submit to a background check (to be completed by UCP) and complete free Article 9 training, provided by UCP.