Help and implement program schedule and activities to meet the 4 points of contact of Spark Academy.
Provide guidance, support to the youth.
Build and maintain a positive relationship with parents and young people.
Planning, creativity, teaching, observation and reporting to Program manager, set up and clean up, are all part of the job.
Maintain confidentiality, proper client boundaries and comply with Salvation Army Safe from Harm guidelines.
Use the outdoors for as much programming as possible.
Planning, creativity, teaching, observation and reporting, set up and clean up, are all part of the job.
Must believe in team work and having a love and compassion for young people.
St. Louis Camp – This camp will be a four-day camp held from May 28 to 31, at Center St. Louis in Affton. Volunteers will be required to be at camp by 8:30 am to help with setup, greet campers as they arrive, and lead them to their team area. Volunteers will help put equipment away at the end of activities each day and should be done around 3:15 pm. Campers and camp activities will take place from 9am-3pm.
Volunteers help to ensure a fun and safe experience for each camper. Volunteers have the option on the volunteer application to be a camper shadow, team shadow, activity instructor assistant, or camp administrative assistant. The Camp Supervisor may ask for assistance with other duties as they come up.
Volunteers will need to bring a lunch with them each day they plan on attending (there is no access refrigeration or a microwave to warm up food. So please plan accordingly).
Every volunteer will be required to complete a volunteer application and attend orientation. If you are 18 or older, you will be required to also complete background check authorization form with honest, detailed responses (form will be sent once LifeBridge Partnership has received your volunteer application). If you are ages 16-17 you will need parent’s permission. If you are under 16 you will need to be accompanied by an 18 years old or older individual.
Help KidSmart pack boxes of school supplies to be delivered directly into classrooms throughout the St. Louis area. Volunteers will help sort and count supplies and then pack those supplies into boxes.
United Way of Greater St. Louis is conducting a Community Needs Assessment across its 16-county service area in Missouri and Illinois to gain a deeper understanding of how to make our region healthier, stronger and safer for all. Part of the Assessment includes a public survey. We need volunteers to make phone calls to area residents who have requested to take the survey over the phone. Volunteers will record residents’ answers to the survey on a computer. Sessions will include a brief orientation of project, survey, and process of making phone calls.
United Way will validate parking from the C-9 garage (enter from Ninth Street next to the Holiday Inn Downtown). Metered parking is also available.
Thank you for your support in making the Community Needs Assessment more accessible!
St. Louis BWorks is looking for Adults to assist with various aspects of refurbishing bicycles for our Earn A Bike program and various other programs.
BWorks will provide basic training on repairs and supply all tools and parts.
The mission of the St. Louis Arc is to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to lead better lives by providing a lifetime of high-quality services, family support, and advocacy.
If you’re interested in playing in community leagues, having fun, meeting new friends, and improving your softball skills, then this is just the team for you! Arc United consists of athletes of all abilities.
Arc United sports require a registration fee to participate.
Sliders: Tuesdays, April 9th - May 14th, 2019
Crush: Thursdays, June - July 2019 ( exact dates TBD)
Arcade: Tuesdays, July - August 2019 ( exact dates TBD) Varies each week ( from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm)
New volunteers must complete paperwork and volunteer orientation.