School Support in an Alternative High School (Full time volunteer)
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Recruiting Organization: Good Shepherd Volunteers
"Just Love" with a small but mighty volunteer program! Good Shepherd Volunteers offers year-long opportunities to serve women, teens, and children in a variety of social service agencies. Volunteers live in community with each other, receive a small stipend, and practice the 4 Tenets of GSV: social justice, community, spirituality, and simplicity. Our volunteers work side-by-side with experienced social workers, counselors, and educators, gaining a tremendous foundation for their future careers. Join us and apply today - https://www.gsvolunteers.org/
Collier High School
Situated on a 260-acre campus, Collier High School offers a specialized educational opportunity for about 150 students. Students come to Collier having had difficulty adapting to public schools due to emotional or psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, or behavioral issues. They are guided to reach their full potential and thrive due to a high staff-to-student ratio, a vibrant academic program, and a comprehensive personal counseling program.
There are 3-4 GSVs at Collier High School. GSVs at Collier are invited to use their unique gifts and talents to choose which way to best serve at this placement. Options include, but are not limited to teaching, tutoring, running sports/extracurricular groups, facilitating arts/theater/music events, youth counseling, curriculum development, clerical assistance, and ropes course instruction.
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Fee Amount: None
This opportunity is recurring
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February 10, 2022
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