Youth and Teen Summer Programs! (various locations in the Twin Cities)

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ORGANIZATION: CommonBond Communities

Help combat summer slide and promote active learning with youth grades K-6th at one of our affordable housing sites this summer! Interact with youth alongside CommonBond staff through literacy support, mentoring conversations, special enrichment activities, and community field trips. You’ll support both staff and students during this 8-week Summer Program, increasing youth to adult ratio, and providing youth with a positive, supportive, and engaging learning environment to encourage not only educational growth, but personal growth as well.

  • Support youth through various summer enrichment activities, put together and planned by CommonBond staff
  • Support literacy learning through 30-minute literacy focus during each session
  • Engage with youth and build a positive relationship to support their social and emotional growth Aide staff on youth management to help create and maintain a safe and supportive program environment
  • (Potential, depending on schedule) Attend and support community field trip outings. Engage with youth and support a positive learning experience for youth during the outing. (Actual trips TBD. Past trips include: museums, local plays, swimming, zoo, movies, college tours, and Valley Fair!)

Ideal volunteers:

  • Enthusiasm for working with youth
  • Flexibility with supporting staff in a variety of programing options
  • At least 15 years of age for working with grades K-5th, and 18 for working with grades 6-12
  • Commitment to open communication with staff regarding scheduling and concerns
  • Believing, as does CommonBond, in dignity, respect, and inclusiveness for all people.
  • Volunteers are asked to commit to at least 8 shifts throughout the program. Once you complete the onboarding process, you’ll be able to schedule the exact dates that work for you!


We are currently looking for volunteers to partner with Communities located in:

  • Saint Paul (Midway)
  • Saint Paul (Eastside)
  • Minneapolis
  • Edina

All interested volunteers are encouraged to submit an online application. CBC staff will follow-up with a short phone screen or virtual orientation session. Not sure yet? We're happy to answer your questions! Send a message to volunteer@commonbond.org

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About CommonBond Communities

Location:

1080 Montreal Ave., St. Paul, MN 55116, US

Mission Statement

CommonBond's mission is to build stable homes, strong futures, and vibrant communities. A safe, stable, and affordable home is the foundation for everything in life. It’s the place where each person can find what they need to meet their goals and build their best life. In other words, a CommonBond community. CommonBond is an affordable housing nonprofit organization that creates communities throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and South Dakota to help people of all ages and walks of life meet their goals and thrive. With five decades of working with vulnerable populations as an affordable housing organization, we know that when people have stability in their homes, children do better in school, teens graduate, adults find jobs with wages to support their families, and older adults maintain their independence.

Description

We believe home is the foundation for everything in life. For over 50 years, CommonBond has provided affordable, stable homes for families, veterans, and seniors. Not only do we connect residents with housing that will help them thrive, but we offer wraparound services that help folks define and achieve their own success. Programming is available to all CommonBond residents and is tied to four strategic priorities: Stability & Independence, Health and Wellness, Education & Advancement, and Community Building & Engagement. We know that through these focus areas, we’re able to support residents in finding solutions that matter. Our Advantage Services and Property Management teams work together to pro-actively support residents in a multitude of areas, such as subsidized housing, Section 8 vouchers, mentor programs for students, job training, career development, veterans programs, and much, much more.

CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Community
Homeless & Housing
Children & Youth, Community, Homeless & Housing

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

2515 S. 9th St.Minneapolis, MN 55406

(44.96377,-93.23518)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Child Care
  • Child Development
  • Outdoor Recreation

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training

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