1 person is interested
Picking Up STEAHM - Virtual After School STEAHM Activities
1 person is interested
STEAHM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Humanities, Math
The Sisters of Saint Joseph Neighborhood Network is recruiting volunteers who are willing to lead virtual after school events to share their unique gifts, talents, and areas of expertise with children who partake in programming at the Network. The STEAHM after school program will offer online events for children age 8-18 and will be held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons between the hours of 4 and 6PM. Events should run for at least one hour but may last up to two hours and should fit within the 4-6PM window.
A few notes:
> There is a budget available for the purchase of supplies needed to complete activities. Supplies may be for volunteer hosts and/or for participating children.
> Pre-registration of children attendees will be required for most activities.
> As all events will be held online, SSJNN staff will organize and host all STEAHM activity Zoom sessions. You, as the volunteer, will not worry about the behind-the-scenes organizational aspects of administering the event.
To express your interest in leading an event and to submit event ideas, please respond directly to this ad or complete this form: https://forms.gle/ahp13C7paA3bsseh8
** ALL youth volunteers must obtain the required clearances. SSJNN will assist in this process.
***If you would prefer to complete the process via phone, or if you have any questions, please call the Youth Programs Manager, Alison Stinely, at 814-454-7814, extension 209. Thank you!
- 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
- NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
About Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network
425 West 18th St., Erie, PA 16502, US
The SSJ Neighborhood Network, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania, provides leadership, advocates for local residents, and partners with the broader community to develop opportunities for both personal growth and neighborhood revitalization.
The Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network (SSJNN) was formed in January of 2000 for the purpose of reaching out to the neighborhood from 12th to 26th Streets and State Street to Cranberry Street in Erie, Pennsylvania. The SSJNN's initial efforts included a resident survey to obtain basic demographic information, identify community needs, and assess residents' perceptions of the neighborhood. Based on the information gathered, the SSJNN has coordinated efforts with various other community providers and developed new programs to address the most critical needs in the neighborhood.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
September 17, 2021
- Math / Science Instruction
- Visual Arts
- Reading / Writing
- Environmental Science
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18