Volunteer With Us!

“Come, volunteer, we treat you like family!” –Gloria, Kids Club Student

As a volunteer, you will build meaningful relationships and impact the community. Opportunities range from year-long to one-time commitments ranging through various levels of experience.

Below you can find information about the volunteer needs for each of our programs. The programs are divided by the age group or demographics of the target participants. 

To apply to be a volunteer, please fill out the volunteer application:

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Kids Club program info

When: 4-5PM Monday thru Friday. We would love for volunteers to commit to once a week for a semester or school year.
Commitment: One day per week for 1.5 – 2 hours; On-going
Responsibilities: Provide elementary school children with reading assistance, assist with homework, or lead a learning activity by bringing your skills to the table.
Additional notes: Virtual and in-person opportunities available

Teens Club program info

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6PM
Commitment: One day per week for 1.5 – 2 hours; On-going
Responsibilities: Provide Middle School students with homework assistance, help facilitate small group discussion for emotional development curriculum, participate in games/ activities with students
Additional notes: Virtual and in-person opportunities available

Mentoring program info

When: Decided between mentor and mentees family
Commitment: One day per week for one hour with a minimum one-year commitment; On-going
Responsibilities: Mentor and tutor a student (Elementary to High School) one-on-one
Additional notes: Virtual and in-person opportunities available

Teen Bible Studies program info

When: TBA (dependent on ACPS Schedule)
Commitment: One day per week for 1.5 – 2 hours; On-going
Responsibilities: With a team, prepare and facilitate small group study and discussion for spiritual growth
Additional notes: Virtual and in-person opportunities available

 

Casa2College Program Volunteer (High School)

When: TBA (dependent on ACPS Schedule)
Commitment: One day per week for 1.5 – 2 hours; On-going
Responsibilities: Provide High School students with support at they are preparing for college and/or vocational next steps
Additional notes: Virtual and in-person opportunities available

Adult English Class (¡Yo hablo inglés!) overview of adult programs

When: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 7–9 pm
Commitment: 2 hours per week, fall and/or spring semesters
Responsibilities: Support the learning of basic oral English skills for the adults in the community through teaching a class, being a teacher’s assistant, or through admin support.

Adult Spanish Literacy Tutor overview of adult programs

When: Tuesdays5:30–7:30pm; Seasonal
Commitment: 1 day per week for 1 hour, fall and/or spring semesters
Responsibilities: Tutor adults in basic reading and writing skills in Spanish. Spanish proficiency required, experience in literacy tutoring preferred. This program is just in the beginning stages and we are looking for interested volunteers to help us launch it.

Adult Computer Literacy overview of adult programs

When: Seasonal
Commitment: 2 hours per week, 4 weekly classes per semester; Seasonal
Responsibilities: Teach basic computer skills to adults in Spanish. Spanish proficiency required; experience teaching computer skills preferred but not required.

Sorting and Bagging Food and Supplies

When: Monday, 10AM-Noon, 1PM-3PM
Commitment: None
Responsibilities: Prepare bags of groceries, wellness products, and cleaning supplies for distribution.

Casa Family Food Distribution

When: Wednesdays 10AM-Noon
Commitment: None
Responsibilities: Distribute bags of groceries, wellness products, and cleaning supplies. Encourage good safety protocols.

Community Food Distribution

When: Fridays 930AM-Noonish
Commitment: None
Responsibilities: Setup/cleanup, Distribute boxes of groceries, Encourage good safety protocols. Direct lines.

Summer Kids Club

When: Monday–Friday; 3–5:15 pm
Commitment: One day per week for 1.5–2 hours; Seasonal
Responsibilities: Provide elementary school children with reading assistance, assist with homework, or lead a learning activity by bringing your skills to the table. Occasional field trips.

Summer Teens Club

When: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday; 11 am–2 pm
Commitment: 1 day per week for 3 hours; Seasonal
Responsibilities: Provide middle school students with positive summer role models, engage in games, emotional development lessons, team building, art projects, and weekly field trips.