We are currently in Hopeprint’s Fall 2013 Session
For more information on how you can be involved, e-mail us at email@example.com
The Hopeprint Team
Hopeprint could not exist without our incredible team of volunteers that help to make it all possible. Our volunteer team comes from a wide variety of backgrounds, but each bring their own unique “hopeprint” to the team which can be used to make a positive impact on one another’s life.
We are in the midst of our fall session, but it’s not too late to join. We have plenty of opportunities for volunteers to be involved! Please check out below.
(Please note that this list is not complete, so if you don’t see a good fit, please contact us for more info and ops!)
Hopeprint Kids Club Co-Leaders
Small, specified groups which seek to discover and develop their unique hopeprints. Clubs have a specific focus (i.e. art, music, cooking), and co-leaders design and carry out the club time weekly for their group. Time Commitment: 2 hrs/wk; times & locations will vary (evenings/Sat).
Women’s Initiative Peer Mentors
A diverse gathering of women who together form a caring community and serving others. Time Commitment: Thursday Evenings @ 129 Lilac Street.
English Conversation Group Facilitators
Tried and true gathering of ESL community members & Hopeprint Team for conversation. Conversation facilitators will guide and respond to English conversation with 1:1 or in a small group setting according to the participants English level and interests. Time Commitment: Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm @ 129 Lilac Street.
Community Dinner Hosts
Bi-weekly dinners hosted at the Hopeprint Homes, welcoming members of the community for a shared meal. Hosts will come to community dinners and intentionally build cross-cultural relationships with others gathered, as well as bring a dish to share (potluck-style). Time Commitment: Tuesdays, 6:30 on 1st & 3rd weeks of the month.
Tutoring with a teaching element for high school, GED, college prep and college enrolled students. Time Commitment: Mon & Wed, 6:00-7:30pm @ 129 Lilac Street.
Mentors for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
A training and incubator program for aspiring entrepreneurs from and for our community. Seeking mentors in a wide variety of roles, so we need a variety of backgrounds in business, PR/advertizing, finance, legal and more. Time Commitment will vary based upon role.
One-on-one or small group mentorship of individuals/families, gathering monthly with other matches. Time Commitment: 1-2 hrs/wk; times and locations will vary.
Girl Scout Leaders
Weekly Girl Scout club meetings working through the badge programs on creative and life skills. Leaders serve as coaches of girls ages 8-12 years old, investing in them in the areas of character development, mutual respect and relational bridges between refugees and American-born youth. Time Commitment: 1.5-3 hours/week; Thursday or Wednesday evenings.
… And many more opportunities! Come to a volunteer training or contact us for more!