Reins of Hope - Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program
ORGANIZATION: The Volunteer Center of Reno County
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This position enables individuals with special needs to gain confidence and self esteem.
Sidewalker is directly responsible for the student rider. The sidewalker should help the student focus his/her attention on the instructor and assist in completing the assignment. Ultimate goal is to encourage the rider to stretch and grow. There may be one or two sidewalker's per student.
Horse Leaders: Number one responsibility is the horse. Lead horse in arena with student riding and one or two sidewalkers helping student. Leader is controlling horse for safety of rider and sidewalkers but allowing rider to perform instructors commands up to their ability. Must keep aware of horses attitude. Also be aware of rider and what is happening around the horse. Saddling and grooming sometimes.
About The Volunteer Center of Reno County
c/o Hutchinson Community College - Davis Hall, 815 N. Walnut, Hutchinson, KS 67501, US
The mission of The Volunteer Center is to match individuals willing to serve with non-profit and governmental organizations in need of help for the benefit the community. Our goal is to be the first place people think of when they want to be of service and the first place non-profit and governmental groups think of when they need dependable volunteer help. As a result we extend the human capacity of area non-profit and governmental agencies by recruiting volunteers to fill a wide variety of volunteer positions in the community.
The Volunteer Center recruits, refers and supports volunteers for the betterment of the community. The Center is home of the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), the Volunteer Action Corps (VAC), Friends in Action and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program in Reno County, Kansas.
c/o Hutchinson Community College - Davis Hall815 N. WalnutHutchinson, KS 67501
April 18, 2022
- People 55+
- Must be at least 14