NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Volunteers needed for:
Annual Touchdown Against Cancer
Saturday/Sunday October 24 & 25 2015
Bob Hayes Sports Complex
5054 Soutel Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32208
7 on 7 girls/women flag football tournament. We will be utilizing basic NIRSA rules. First game will begin at 9am, with a guaranteed 2 games for each team. Teams will then be seated based on the two game results for the single elimination round. In case of a tie, the team who gave up the least amount of points on defense gets the upper seating for the elimination round. Each team is required to wear something pink i.e. a wristband, socks, headband, shoelaces, shorts or numbering will suffice in order to promote breast cancer awareness.
Men's division: Ages 19+
Girls division: 5 on5 style
Ages 7-10 and 11-13
The purpose of this tournament is to bring awareness during breast cancer awareness month, promoting women's health, fitness and wellness as well as showcasing the wonderful sport of girls/women's flag football. Proceeds from this tournament will be used to benefit the Sister Hermana Foundation in Jacksonville, FL. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Coach J at (904)-444-8923 or firstname.lastname@example.org
***We need volunteer
refs for the girls 5 on 5 games, ages 7 to 10 & 11 to 13 and women 7 on 7
on October 24-25. We will provide them with water and lunch. The
time is Saturday, 10 am to 7:00 pm and Sunday from 10 am - 4 pm, they would
work in shifts.
Please contact: Coach J at (904)-444-8923
Title of Internship : Education and Community Youth Program Intern
Location : Jacksonville, FL
Salary Range: This is an unpaid internship
Full or Part Time: Part-time during the school year/ part-time in the summer
Reports to: Program Coordinator and Associate Program Coordinator
Employment Status: Temporary
Do you want to learn more about working with high school students, event planning, curriculum development or educational research? Fresh Futures is looking for enthusiastic individuals that enjoy working with youth. Fresh Futures is a growing year-round educational and youth employment initiative that has grown tremendously in the last academic year. Started by FreshMinistries in 2008, our program focuses on using education and social outreach to offer adolescents a way to value their lives, their health, and their future goals. As a participant in our innovative program, students have the privilege to engage in academic enrichment opportunities, cultural enrichment outings, financial literacy coursework, health & wellness initiatives, job readiness/ professional development workshops, college readiness sessions and summer employment opportunities for youth ages 14 to 19. Our goal is to train and develop a generation of educated and responsible young adults that are prepared to enter into college or the workplace.
Interns will be supervised by the Program Coordinator and Associate Program Coordinator.
Position Summary: Education and Community Youth Program Intern will assist the Fresh Futures program of FreshMinistries by providing support and management of specific program elements and program projects. Interns may gain experience in one or more of the following aspects of education, non-profit administration, and youth development with specific duties determined by the PC and APC. Duties may include:
- Volunteer & community organization
- Curriculum design
- Data management
- Event Planning
- Teaching/ Facilitating
- Marketing & Social Media
- Human Resources
- Employer and school partnerships management
- Enrollment & retention
- Chaperone field trips and cultural outings
- General Office
- Case Management
Minimum Job Requirements
Education: Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Education, Psychology, Social Science or other related degree program preferred. Interest in working with high school students a plus.
Prefer GPA of 3.0 or higher
Work with Feeding Northeast Florida 2015:
VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED!!!
ARLINGTON COMMUNITY GARDEN
Needs volunteers for Sunday mornings...harvesting, weighing, packaging for food bank. 1-2 hours, between 9AM-Noon.
Monthly work detail on the 3rd Saturday morning 8-11AM , breakfast-juice/muffin, weeding, start seeds, transplant seedlings, pest control, general garden work.
Please contact Kathleen Conner.. email@example.com
The Boys and Girls Clubs in Yulee and Fernandina Beach are in need of college students to work as tutors/mentors 1 - 2 hours per week with small groups of teens. This is a wonderful opportunity to really make a difference by encouraging at-risk youth to graduate and pursue higher education. The hours are Monday - Thursday, any time between 4 - 7, consistently on a weekly basis. Our youth especially need assistance with Language Arts, Algebra, and Science (Chemistry and Biology). But more importantly, they need relationships with college students to help encourage their success in school and in life! Interested volunteers should contact Theresa Duncan, Teen Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (904)261-1075.
To get some additional leads on where you can serve, you can: