OUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Full-time at Mission: St. Louis Home Repair Program, through AmeriCorps
Please send resumé and cover letter to Sam.Ziegelmeier@missionstl.org or click the link above to apply directly through AmeriCorps.
Full-time at St. Louis College Prep or SLLIS, through AmeriCorps (August 1, 2019-July 11, 2020)
Please send resumé and cover letter to Erin.Malone@missionstl.org with subject line "Success Coach Application.”
Now Accepting Applications for August!
Part-time at St. Louis College Prep or SLLIS, through AmeriCorps (August 1, 2019-July 11, 2020
Please send resumé and cover letter to Erin.Malone@missionstl.org with subject line "Associate Application.”
Now Accepting Applications for August!
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OUR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Here at Mission: St. Louis, you are more than ‘just a volunteer’- you are a member of our team + an essential part of the movement to transform our city. There are many ways to get involved + give our programs a helping hand! Choose a program below to see where your skills + interests fit in. Have questions? Contact email@example.com.
Beyond Jobs Volunteer
Volunteers will have the opportunity to work with men or women as they become leaders in their workplace, community + families. Job & Leadership Training (JLT) + SkillUP have a variety of opportunities for volunteers.
JLT OR SKILLUP MENTOR
As a mentor, you will be paired with a student for one hour a week to help address roadblocks that are preventing them from being successful in the workplace + community.
JLT JOB COACH
We are looking for professionals who are comfortable leading out a small group of students during Monday evening classes. The classes focus on job training skills, ranging from resume basics to soft skills required for success in the workplace.
On Monday + Thursday dinners or Monday, Wednesday + Friday breakfast or lunches we provide dinner for the students. The meals offer a time for community building as students + volunteers develop relationships over a nice meal. We need volunteers willing to either cook a meal, purchase food from a local restaurant or to provide money for the cost of a meal.
SKILLUP CLASSROOM ASSISTANT
Classroom assistants help facilitate programming and assist the Case Manager with anything that will help class run smoothly. Commitment: 1 class per week for 3 weeks, dates & times, next session start beginning of June.
Beyond School Volunteer
As a Beyond School Volunteer, you will work directly with the students focusing on anything from math + literacy + homework help, to participating in or leading enrichment activities such as yoga, spoken word or chemistry. You will be trained to deliver individualized assistance, ensuring structured academic time is impactful.
1881 Pine Street, St. Louis, MO 63103
Mondays-Thursdays 3:45 PM-5:45 PM
No foreign language knowledge required
MORNING READING AT ADAMS ELEMENTARY
Youth work with a volunteer on Wednesday mornings from 7:30 AM-8:00 AM to reinforce their classroom literacy lessons. Students have an opportunity to practice their reading, vocabulary + comprehension skills. Volunteers are asked to volunteer at least once a week, to ensure that a helpful, healthy + effective relationship is built to empower each student toward success.
Group Service Projects
Are you part of a service fraternity, community group, work staff or group of friends that are looking for a way to give back? We are always looking for groups to come help us settle into our new home in North City. Spend a few hours with us learning about what we do while painting + preparing our new space for future growth. Learn more about our longer service projects on our AMP website.
Beyond Charity Volunteer
AMP + HOME REPAIR
Mission: St. Louis offers a variety of home repair volunteer opportunities, catering to both local and out of town guests. Contact Kale to discuss options or visit ampstl.org to learn more. Commitment: from one week to one day, up to the specific group volunteering.
VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE (VITA)
This program offers free tax help to people who generally make $54,000 or less, the elderly, persons with disabilities, + limited English speaking tax payers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. This important service protects people from fraud +/or exorbitant filing fees + gets refunds/returns processed accurately + timely.
Returning spring 2020. Training will take place in January, and volunteers will serve on alternating Saturdays from February-April.
For more information, please contact Betsy Hildebrand at firstname.lastname@example.org